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View on Wiley Online Library. This is a dummy description. A straightforward guide focused on life cycle investing-namely aging, retirement, and pensions Life cycle investing and the implications of aging, retirement, and pensions continues to grow in importance. The probability of achieving adequate return patterns from various investment strategies and asset classes is reviewed Shares rich insights on the aging, retirement, and pensions dilemma An assessment of the resources the real economy will be able to commit to non-workers is provided The three pillars of retirement are social security, company pensions, and private savings.
She taught numerous courses at the Universities of Bergamo, Urbino and Milan, including basic and advanced calculus, mathematical finance, advanced mathematical finance, stochastic optimization, and parallel processing. She is the author of numerous publications on bond portfolio management, asset allocation, quantitative finance, and economic and financial applications. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Table of contents Acknowledgments.
DB: Shifting the Risks. With people living longer, the relative and absolute number of retirees is growing while the number of workers contributing to pension funds is declining.
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This reliable resource develops a detailed economic analysis-at the micro individual and macro economy wide levels-which addresses issues regarding the economics of an aging population. Topics touched upon include retirement and the associated health care funding of the aged as well as social security and the asset classes that are considered asset-liability choices over time. The probability of achieving adequate return patterns from various investment strategies and asset classes is reviewedShares rich insights on the aging, retirement, and pensions dilemmaAn assessment of the resources the real economy will be able to commit to non-workers is providedThe three pillars of retirement are social security, company pensions, and private savings.
Each of these pillars is confronted with a variety of asset-liability problems, and this book will addresses them. Categories: Economy. ISBN File: PDF, 4. If possible, download the file in its original format.
Pensions, Corporate Earnings, and Tax Deferral 2. Freezing Pension Plans 2. Where Do We Go from Here? Contents note continued: References ch.
Pillars of Retirement 3. Changing Role of Private Pensions 3. Plans for Reforming Social Pensions 3. Feldstein's PRA with Guarantees 3. Intergenerational Risk-Sharing 3. Conclusions 3. Case Study: Public Sector vs. Private Pensions 3. Equities 4. Levered ETFs 4. Bonds and Fixed Income 4.
The cost of counterparty risk and collateralization in longevity swaps
TIPS 4. Hedge Funds 4. Real Assets 4. REITs 4. Housing as an Asset Class 4. Gold and Other Commodities 4.
Private Equity and Related Assets 4. Currencies 4. Evaluation of Great Investors 4. Fundamental and Seasonal Anomalies of Asset Returns ch. Household and Government Debt 5. Impact on Retirement Expectations 5. Plan Sponsors in Trouble 5. Pensions in Trouble 5. State Pensions 5. Future ERP 5.
Companies Freezing Pension Plans 5. The Ultimate Strategy: Bankruptcy 5.
Future Inflation and Pensions pt. Introduction 6. The Empirical Evidence 6.
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The Empirical Evidence in a Micro-Perspective 6. The Empirical Evidence in a Macro-Perspective 6. The Seminal Models 6. More Realistic Portfolio Models 6. Conclusions ch.
Optimizing the Aging, Retirement, and Pensions Dilemma (Wiley Finance)
Introduction 8. Career Average Defined Benefit Schemes 8. Cost Neutrality 8. Choosing the Revaluation Rate 8. Advantages of a Switch to a Career Average Scheme 8. Employer 8. Members 8. Disadvantages of a Switch to a Career Average Scheme 8.