3 edition of Comparing how various nations administer retirement income found in the catalog.
Comparing how various nations administer retirement income
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Mark Hyde and John Dixon ; with a foreword by Max J. Skidmore.|
|Contributions||Hyde, Mark, 1946-, Dixon, John E., 1946 May 9-|
|LC Classifications||HD7091 .C56 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009052068|
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It identifies the ways in which specific forms of privatisation promote outcomes that are. Comparing how Various Nations Administer Retirement Income: Essays on Social Security, Privatisation, and Inter-Generational Covenants. edited by Mark Hyde and John Dixon. HDC56 From the Publisher: This book makes an innovative contribution to the field of retirement income security in three distinctive ways.
First, it seeks to. Dr Patrick John Ring is a financial services academic specialising in risk, pensions, regulation and personal finance. He is qualified solicitor who has practised in corporate law as well as in the financial services sector, managing a team of solicitors for a large insurance company.
Comparing how Various Nations Administer Retirement Income: Essays on Social Security, Privatisation, and Inter-Generational Covenants. edited by Mark Hyde and John Dixon.
HDC56 From the Publisher: This book makes an innovative contribution to the field of retirement income security in three distinctive ways.
First, it seeks to. Comparing how various nations administer retirement income: essays on social security, privatisation, and inter-generational covenants, edited by Mark.
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Characteristically, scholars of social policy endorse the deployment of state power to realise a particular conception of “the good”, emphasising the importance of social solidarity and Author: Mark Hyde, Rory Shand.
Accepting the principle of compulsory collective responsibility for the worst-off, our analysis evaluates several models for the design of the first pillar retirement income safety-net.
Selective social security programmes target financial assistance on the poor, but are blighted by low take-up and parsimonious benefit : Mark Hyde, Rory Shand.
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