Social Security Reform in Advanced Countries: Evaluating Pension Finance

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3.1 Covariance matrix for Swedish stocks, bonds and the wage sum, 1963-97 42
4.1 Stock accumulation and initial replacement rates of male workers retiring after forty-year careers, 1911-99 66
4.2 Internal rates of return on pension contributions of male workers retiring after forty-year careers, 1911-99 70
5.1 Illustrative replacement rates under alternative annuity and administrative charge assumptions 82
5.2 Reduction in retirement accumulations due to administrative charges 85
5.3 Current charging schedule for illustrative superannuation funds 88
5.4 Industry funds - charges under alternative assumptions 89
5.5 Representative master trust - charges under alternative assumptions 89
5.6 Retirement saving organisations in Australia and Chile 91
5.7 Alternative annuity products 100
5.8 Annuity payouts by annuity type 103
5.9 Utility rankings of mandatory annuities by annuity type and present values of pension and bequests by income level (A$) 104
7.1 Parameter values employed in simulation analysis 140
7.2 Estimation of the age-profile of labor efficiency 141
7.3 Estimation of the parameters of tax progressivity on labor income 142
7.4 Empirical results caused by different tax and public pension systems 143
10.1 Eligibility for AFP and age limit 209
10.2 AFP and replacement ratios in different sectors, 1997 210
10.3 Tax reform and replacement ratios in the public pension system 211
10.4 Observed retirement months of new early retirement retirees in 1995 213

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