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by John Evans,Michael Orszag,John Piggott

Author: John Evans,Michael Orszag,John Piggott
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (August 30, 2008)
Pages: 269 pages
Category: Politics
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John Evans, Michael Orszag and John Piggott Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 2008, ISBN 0 4851; 288pp; £65. There seems to have been an obsession in government with pension fund governance ever since the Maxwell episode in the early 1990s

John Evans, Michael Orszag and John Piggott Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, UK, 2008, ISBN 0 4851; 288pp; £65. There seems to have been an obsession in government with pension fund governance ever since the Maxwell episode in the early 1990s. We have had the Goode Report (1993), a stream of legislation and regulation (about 3,000 pages a year over ten years), and more recently the Myners Report and ancillary reports promoted by the Treasury. On the international front, the OECD and the EU have published their own versions of how pension funds should report and behave.

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PENSION FUND GOVERNANCE: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE ON FINANCIAL REGULATION, John Piggott, Michael Orszag and John Evans, ed. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 46 Pages Posted: 20 Nov 2002. See all articles by Mario Catalán. International Monetary Fund (IMF). This paper extends the small open economy, crime and punishment framework of corporate finance developed by Shleifer and Wolfenzon (2002) to determine the conditions that give rise to simultaneous pension and corporate governance reforms.

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Pension Fund Governance. A Global Perspective on Financial Regulation. The academic literature on pension governance is sparse and this book will fill some important gaps by bringing together original contributions from around the world on subjects related to the area. The book initially lays out the main frameworks for pension fund governance and then goes on to examine global governance practice and experience and country studies on pension funds in the United States and Australia

The academic literature on pension governance is sparse and this book will fill some important gaps by bringing together original contributions from around the world on subjects related to the area. The book initially lays out the main frameworks for pension fund governance and then goes on to examine global governance practice and experience and country studies on pension funds in the United States and Australia. The final section of this in-depth study discusses the role of government guarantees.

The editors and contributors to this book have struck a balance between the various dimensions of the governance problem. Whilst ensuring that the theoretical frameworks are represented, at the same time, they have also recognized that it is vital to report on empirical work. Private pensions are examined closely, while also acknowledging that public pension funds are extremely important actors.

Pension Fund Governance will appeal to academics and researchers of financial economics and financial management, as well as those in the fields of public finance and public sector economics. Furthermore the book will also find an audience among those in commercial and policy roles which involve pensions, including pension actuaries.