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© 2003

Modeling Pension Systems

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction

    1. András Simonovits
      Pages 1-3
  3. Micro level

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 5-5
    2. András Simonovits
      Pages 7-13
    3. András Simonovits
      Pages 14-20
    4. András Simonovits
      Pages 21-31
    5. András Simonovits
      Pages 32-48
    6. András Simonovits
      Pages 49-54
    7. András Simonovits
      Pages 55-62
  4. Macro level

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 63-63
    2. András Simonovits
      Pages 65-75
    3. András Simonovits
      Pages 76-87
    4. András Simonovits
      Pages 88-96
    5. András Simonovits
      Pages 97-102
  5. Special topics

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 103-103
    2. András Simonovits
      Pages 105-113
    3. András Simonovits
      Pages 114-130
    4. András Simonovits
      Pages 131-138
    5. András Simonovits
      Pages 139-143
    6. András Simonovits
      Pages 144-158

About this book

Introduction

The issue of unfunded public pension systems has moved to the centre of public debate all over the world. Unfortunately, a large part of the discussions have remained on a qualitative level. This book seeks to address this by providing detailed knowledge on modelling pension systems.

Keywords

demography distribution economics inflation insurance life cycle macroeconomics modeling Public Pension Public Pension System transition

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Hungarian Academy of ScientistsBudapestHungary

About the authors

ANDRÁS SIMONOVITS has worked at the Institute of Economics, Budapest since 1970 and has visited various universities in the US and elsewhere. He has published several scientific papers and two books in English about Control Models, Overlapping Cohorts Models and Pension Modeling. His recent research interests include work on some theoretical and practical issues of pension systems.

Bibliographic information

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Reviews

'This is an excellent introduction to the economics of pensions which combines breadth of coverage with analytical rigour. Policymakers, regulators and those in industry with an interest in pension reform should all read this book.' - Mike Orszag, Head of Research, Watson Wyatt, and Chairman of the Research Committee, International Network of Pension Regulators and Supervisors