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Retirement Lessons from Australia, Canada, and the Netherlands

internationalissuebrief_coverThree nations offer lessons for providing high quality retirement plans with income adequacy, financial sustainability, and risk sharing.

New Issue Brief Outlines Public Pension Investment Process

primer_cover A new primer provides a comprehensive overview of the public pensions investment process, which has garnered increased attention in the wake of economic shocks that recently have impacted all investors.  Webinar on January 23rd at 1 PM to review findings.

On the Right Track? Public Pension Reforms in the Wake of the Financial Crisis

screen_shot_2012-12-05_at_12.26.43_amNew research examines key factors that have contributed to private and public employers’ pension decisions.  It finds that closing a pension can cost substantially more than adjusting an existing plan. And, scaling back pensions can have destabilizing economic impacts, erode retirement security, and harm the workforce.

The Great Recession: Pressures on Public Pensions, Employment Relations and Reforms

istock_000018844718xsmallA new research brief examines the workforce impacts of existing defined benefit (DB) pension plans to assess the likely effects of a switch to defined contribution (DC) individual accounts or cash balance plans. 

Federal Employees’ Retirement System and the Thrift Savings Plan

screen_shot_2012-10-25_at_1.29.09_pmA new issue brief provides a historical overview of the Federal Employees' Retirement System and the Thrift Savings Plan and how they create a combined approach to achieving retirement security.

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