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Social Security Pension Reform in Europe

Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, editors

Conference held March 20-21, 2000
Published in January 2002 by University of Chicago Press
© 2002 by the National Bureau of Economic Research

NBER Program(s):AG, PE

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500 pages
ISBN: 0-226-24108-4

Table of Contents

Front matter, acknowledgements, preface, table of contents: Martin Feldstein, Horst Siebert (p. -14 - 0) (bibliographic info) (download)
Introduction: An American Perspective: Martin Feldstein (p. 1 - 8) (bibliographic info) (download)
Introduction: A European Perspective: Horst Siebert (p. 9 - 18) (bibliographic info) (download)
1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change: Assar Lindbeck (p. 19 - 48) (bibliographic info) (download) (Working Paper version)
2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View: Jonathan Gruber, David A. Wise (p. 49 - 84) (bibliographic info) (download)
3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe: Alain Jousten, Pierre Pestieau (p. 85 - 108) (bibliographic info) (download)
4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms: Didier Blanchet, Florence Legros (p. 109 - 136) (bibliographic info) (download)
5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options: Bert Rürup (p. 137 - 170) (bibliographic info) (download)
6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future?: Edward Palmer (p. 171 - 210) (bibliographic info) (download)
7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform: Daniele Franco (p. 211 - 262) (bibliographic info) (download)
8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case: Jukka Lassila, Tarmo Valkonen (p. 263 - 290) (bibliographic info) (download)
9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands: Jeroen J. M. Kremers (p. 291 - 316) (bibliographic info) (download)
10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions: David Blake (p. 317 - 348) (bibliographic info) (download)
11. Poland: Security through Diversity: Jerzy Hausner (p. 349 - 364) (bibliographic info) (download)
12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary Assessment of the First Years of Implementation: Roberto Rocha, Dimitri Vittas (p. 365 - 400) (bibliographic info) (download)
13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform: Georges de Menil, Eytan Sheshinski (p. 401 - 438) (bibliographic info) (download)
14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview: Klaus-Jürgen Gern (p. 439 - 478) (bibliographic info) (download)
Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical Information on Aging: Martin Feldstein, Horst Siebert (p. 479 - 482) (bibliographic info) (download)
List of Contributors, Indexes: Martin Feldstein, Horst Siebert (p. 483 - 500) (bibliographic info) (download)
 
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