Pension revolution:a solution to the pensions crisis
|a200720s2d2007 y y01 b
|aa a 000yy
|aPension revolution|ea solution to the pensions crisis|fKeith P. Ambachtsheer
|axxxii, 336 p|cill|d24 cm
|aThe Wiley finance series
|aIncludes bibliographical references
|aAre pension funds 'irrelevant'?|aThe pension revolution? Are you a believer yet?|aAfter the perfect pension storm: what now?|aBeyond portfolio theory: the next frontier|aThe United Airlines case: tipping point for U.S. pension system?|aPeter Drucker's pension revolution after 30 years: not over yet|aWinning the pension revolution: why the Dutch are leading the way|aPension reform: evolution or revolution?|aCan game theory help build better pension plans?|aIf DB and DC plans are not the answers, what are the questions?|aHuman foibles and agency dysfunction: building pension plans for the real world|aDB plans and bad science|aPeter Drucker's pension legacy: a vision of what could be|aReinventing pension fund management: easier said than done|aShould (could) you manage your fund like Harvard or Ontario teachers'?|a'Beauty contest' investing: not dead yet|aEradicating 'beauty contest' investing: what it will take|aHigh-performance cultures: impossible dream for pension funds?|aHow much is good governance worth?|aThe 10 percent equity return illusion: possible consequences|aStocks for the long run?|aOr not?|a'Persistent investment regimes' or 'random walk'?: Even Shakespeare knew the answer|aThe fuss about policy portfolios: adrift in institutional wonderland|aShifting the investment paradigm: a progress report|aWhose investment beliefs do you believe?|aOur 60-40 asset mix policy advice in 1987: wise or foolish?|a'But what does the turtle rest on?': a further exploration of investment beliefs|aProfessor Malkiel and the new investment paradigm: raining on the parade?|aThe 'post-bubble blues decade': a progress report|aRethinking funding policy and regulation: how should pension plans be financed?|aFunding policy and investment policy: how should they be integrated in DB pension plans?|aResurrecting Ranva: adjusting investment returns for risk|aAdjusting investment returns for risk: what's the best way?