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Risk Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform

John Campbell () and Martin Feldstein

in NBER Books from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

JEL-codes: H55 H3 J26 J32 H75 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2001
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Introduction to "Risk Aspects of Investment-Based Social Security Reform" , pp 1-10 Downloads
John Campbell and Martin Feldstein
Asset Allocation and Risk Allocation: Can Social Security Improve Its Future Solvency Problem by Investing in Private Securities? , pp 11-40 Downloads
Thomas E. MaCurdy and John B. Shoven
The Transition to Investment-Based Social Security When Portfolio Returns and Capital Profitability Are Uncertain , pp 41-90 Downloads
Martin Feldstein, Elena Ranguelova and Andrew Samwick
The Effect of Pay-When-Needed Benefit Guarantees on the Impact of Social Security Privatization , pp 91-112 Downloads
Kent Smetters
Can Market and Voting Institutions Generate Optimal Intergenerational Risk Sharing? , pp 113-152 Downloads
Antonio Rangel and Richard Zeckhauser
The Social Security Trust Fund, the Riskless Interest Rate, and Capital Accumulation , pp 153-202 Downloads
Andrew Abel
Social Security and Demographic Uncertainty: The Risk-Sharing Properties of Alternative Policies , pp 203-246 Downloads
Henning Bohn
The Risk of Social Security Benefit-Rule Changes: Some International Evidence , pp 247-290 Downloads
John McHale
Financial Engineering and Social Security Reform , pp 291-320 Downloads
Zvi Bodie
The Role of Real Annuities and Indexed Bonds in an Individual Accounts Retirement Program , pp 321-370 Downloads
Jeffrey Brown, Olivia Mitchell and James Poterba
The Role of International Investment in a Privatized Social Security System , pp 371-438 Downloads
Marianne Baxter and Robert King
Investing Retirement Wealth: A Life-Cycle Model , pp 439-482 Downloads
John Campbell, João F. Cocco, Francisco Gomes and Pascal J. Maenhout

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