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The Resource Social security pension reform in Europe, edited by Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, (electronic resource)

Social security pension reform in Europe, edited by Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, (electronic resource)

Label
Social security pension reform in Europe
Title
Social security pension reform in Europe
Statement of responsibility
edited by Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
331.25/22/094
LC call number
HD7164
LC item number
.S62 2002
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1938-2009
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Feldstein, Martin S
  • Siebert, Horst
Series statement
National Bureau of Economic Research conference report
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Social security
  • Pensions
  • Pension trusts
  • Privatization
Label
Social security pension reform in Europe, edited by Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Papers presented at a conference held in Berlin, Germany in March of 2000
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000247672
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 500 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780226241081
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002016569
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000247672
Label
Social security pension reform in Europe, edited by Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Papers presented at a conference held in Berlin, Germany in March of 2000
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
  • Machine generated contents note: Introduction: An American Perspective I -- Martin Feldstein -- Introduction: A European Perspective 9 -- Horst Siebert -- 1. Pensions and Contemporary Socioeconomic Change 19 -- Assar Lindbeck -- Discussion Summary -- 2. Different Approaches to Pension Reform from an Economic Point of View 49 -- Jonathan Gruber and David A. Wise -- Comment: Herbert Hax -- Discussion Summary -- 3. Labor Mobility, Redistribution, and Pension Reform in Europe 85 -- Alain Jousten and Pierre Pestieau -- Comment: Michael Burda -- Discussion Summary -- 4. France: The Difficult Path to Consensual Reforms 109 -- Didier Blanchet and Florence Legros -- Comment: Martine Durand -- Discussion Summary -- 5. The German Pension System: Status Quo and Reform Options 137 -- Bert Riirup -- Comment: Axel Bbrsch-Supan -- Discussion Summary -- 6. Swedish Pension Reform: How Did It Evolve, and What Does It Mean for the Future? 171 -- Edward Palmer -- Comment: Laurence J. Kotlikoff -- Discussion Summary -- 7. Italy: A Never-Ending Pension Reform 211 -- Daniele Franco -- Comment: Franco Peracchi -- Discussion Summary -- 8. Prefunding in a Defined Benefit Pension System: The Finnish Case 263 -- Jukka Lassila and Tarmo Valkonen -- Comment: Reijo Vanne -- Discussion Summary -- 9. Pension Reform: Issues in the Netherlands 291 -- Jeroen J. M. Kremers -- Comment: A. Lans Bovenberg -- Discussion Summary -- 10. The United Kingdom: Examining the Switch -- from Low Public Pensions to High-Cost Private Pensions 317 -- David Blake -- Comment: Andrew A. Samwick -- Discussion Summary -- 11. Poland: Security through Diversity 349 -- Jerzy Hausner -- 12. The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary -- Assessment of the First Years of Implementation 365 -- Roberto Rocha and Dimitri Vittas -- 13. Romania's Pension System: From Crisis to Reform 401 -- Georges de Menil and Eytan Sheshinski -- Comment (on chaps. 11, 12 and 13): John McHale -- Discussion Summary (for chaps. 11, 12 and 13) -- 14. Recent Developments in Old Age Pension Systems: An International Overview 439 -- Klaus-Jiirgen Gem -- Appendix: OECD Statistical and Analytical -- Information on Aging 479
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000247672
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xiii, 500 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9780226241081
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2002016569
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000247672

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