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Provides analysis of the changing landscape of state retirement systems around the world at a time when economic instability, ageing populations, low interest rates and high unemployment have forced significant changes and increased scrutiny.
Each jurisdictional chapter sets out an overview of the regulatory framework, the current state pension provision, features of typical private plans, and the changes that can be brought to bear on these, as well as the latest developments and trends in the industry.
Both governments and employers may need to rethink the retirement paradigm, as fiscal solvency problems and an ageing population demand new solutions.