- Author:Martin Sullivan
- Publisher:Routledge; 1 edition (August 15, 2007)
- Pages:1641 pages
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Martin Sullivan is a senior lecturer in economics at the University of the West of England.
Martin Sullivan is a senior lecturer in economics at the University of the West of England. He is a member of the Institute for Fiscal Studies and an occasional writer of newspaper articles on the subject of pensions and retirement income provision. Recommend to Librarian.
General Introduction: ‘Pensions and Pension Funding’
General Introduction: ‘Pensions and Pension Funding’. Introduction to Volume I: ‘The Promise of Pensions’. 1. Paul A. Samuelson, ‘An Exact Consumption Loan Model of Interest With or Without the Social. As the world economy enters the new century it is undergoing the most dramatic structural changes since the Second World War. These are marked by
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The pensions crisis or pensions timebomb is the predicted difficulty in paying for corporate or government employment retirement pensions in various countries, due to a difference between pension obligations and the resources set aside to fund them. The basic difficulty of the pension problem is that institutions must be sustained over far longer than the political planning horizon.
pension, periodic payments to one who has retired from work because of age or disability. Pensions, originally thought of as charity, are now viewed as an essential part of the social responsibility of employers or of the state. In the Roman Empire there was a well-established pension system to care for soldiers who were disabled or had grown old. The French government early in the 19th cent. and then the British (1834) made provision for superannuated public servants. In the United States pensions in various forms have been given to veterans of all wars since the Revolution; military pensions are now covered by the Servicemen's and Veterans' Survivor Benefits Act (1957).
For more than fifty years, pensions have been the subject of academic enquiry and controversy. Debates have raged over, amongst other things, the need for pensions, the means by which they might be delivered, their implications for the public finances, their impact on an individual’s employment motivations and their significance for national and global capital markets. These debates, and others, have spawned a vast and disparate literature.
Currently, the issue that most often exercises the minds of academics and policy makers is that of pension reform. It is widely recognized that decades of social and economic change have rendered obsolete the pension arrangements in many developed and developing countries. The question of what now constitutes an appropriate set of pension arrangements is, however, far from settled. Opinions are divided over whether existing national pension systems can be modified to make them fit contemporary needs and circumstances, or whether they should be jettisoned in favour of something entirely different.
Central to the analysis of many issues in pension provision is the universal phenomenon of population ageing. Around the world, falling birth rates and rising life expectancy are raising the ratio of elderly to working-age people. For several decades the literature on pensions and population ageing has been extremely negative. Recently, though, a series of books and papers have appeared which argue for a more benign, less pessimistic, interpretation of population ageing.
The papers and articles included in each volume of this new Routledge Major Work have been selected so as to reflect the multi-dimensional nature of the subject and the interest it has aroused internationally. With a full index and an introduction newly written by the editor, this four-volume collection is a unique and valuable research resource for both student and scholar alike.