Pension Funds: Retirement-Income Security and Capital Markets: an International Perspective

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List of Tables
1.1. Assets of pension funds end-19916
1.2. Public and private pensions by income quartile, pensioners aged 65-7420
2.1. Indicators of the steady-state return to pay-as-you-go versus funding37
2.2. Characteristics of social-security pension systems43
2.3. Public and private pension benefits as a percentage of ( 1980) GDP44
2.4. Age distributions of the population 1990-205045
2.5. Present value of public-pension liabilities as a percentage of
1990 GDP
48
3.1. Assets of pension funds end- 199154
3.2. Pension-fund assets (as a percentage of GDP)55
3.3. Life-insurance and pension-fund assets (as a percentage of GDP)56
3.4. Features of funded pension schemes59
4.1. Taxation of funded pension schemes83
5.1. Regulation of assets94-5
5.2. Regulation of liabilities106-7
6.1. Characteristics of real total returns 1967-1990133
6.2. Short-term assets (as a percentage of assets)134
6.3. Market paper (as a percentage of assets)134
6.4. Deposits (as a percentage of assets)134
6.5. Bonds (as a percentage of assets)135
6.6. Government bonds (as a percentage of assets)137
6.7. Private bonds (as a percentage of assets)137
6.8. Equities (as a percentage of assets)138
6.9. Mortgages (as a percentage of assets)140
6.10. Loans (as a percentage of assets)141
6.11. Property (as a percentage of assets)141
6.12. Foreign assets (as a percentage of assets)143
6.13. Other assets (as a percentage of assets)143
6.14. Portfolios of pension funds (proportion of total)144
6.15. Returns on pension funds' portfolios 1967-1990146
6.16. Targeted replacement rates with indexed pensions148
6.17. Real pension-fund returns in sub-periods (using holding period returns on bonds)150

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: An Overview of the Economic Issues 5
  • Glossary 298
  • General Index 329
  • Index of Names 334
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