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NBER Books - Administrative Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform



Administrative Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform
John B. Shoven, editor

The University of Chicago Press, 2000
Cloth: $38.00
ISBN: 0-226-75485-5

Table of Contents:

    Introduction
    John B. Shoven

    1. Reforming Social Security: A Practical and Workable System of Personal Retirement Accounts
    Fred T. Goldberg, Jr. and Michael J. Graetz
      Comment: Gloria M. Grandolini

    2. Administering a Cost Effective National Program of Personal Security Accounts
    Sylvester J. Schieber and John B. Shoven

      Comment: Olivia S. Mitchell

    Discussion summary

    3. Mutual Funds and Institutional Investments: What is the Most Efficient Way to Set Up Individual Accounts in A Social Security System?
    Estelle James, Gary Ferrier, James Smalhout and Dimitri Vittas

      Comment: David A. Wise

    Discussion summary

    4. Administrative Costs and Equilibrium Charges with Individual Accounts
    Peter Diamond

      Comment: Martin Feldstein

    Discussion summary

    5. The Costs of Annuitizing Retirement Payouts From Individual Accounts
    James M. Poterba and Mark J. Warshawsky

      Comment: David M. Cutler

    Discussion summary

    Panel of Investment Industry Representatives Discussing Administrative Costs
    Robert Pozen, Fidelity Management and Research Company
    Joel M. Dickson, The Vanguard Group, Inc.
    F. Gregory Ahern, State Street Corporation
    Frederick L. A. Grauer, formerly of Barclay's Global Investors
    Shaun Mathews, Aetna Financial Services, Inc.

    Discussion summary


 
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