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The Resource Pension revolution : a solution to the pensions crisis, Keith P. Ambachtsheer

Pension revolution : a solution to the pensions crisis, Keith P. Ambachtsheer

Label
Pension revolution : a solution to the pensions crisis
Title
Pension revolution
Title remainder
a solution to the pensions crisis
Statement of responsibility
Keith P. Ambachtsheer
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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Ambachtsheer, Keith P
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD7105.4
LC item number
.A63 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Wiley finance series
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  • Pension trusts
  • Pension trusts
  • Pension trusts
Label
Pension revolution : a solution to the pensions crisis, Keith P. Ambachtsheer
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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volume
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Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Are pension funds 'irrelevant'? -- The pension revolution? Are you a believer yet? -- After the perfect pension storm: what now? -- Beyond portfolio theory: the next frontier -- The United Airlines case: tipping point for U.S. pension system? -- Peter Drucker's pension revolution after 30 years: not over yet -- Winning the pension revolution: why the Dutch are leading the way -- Pension reform: evolution or revolution? -- Can game theory help build better pension plans? -- If DB and DC plans are not the answers, what are the questions? -- Human foibles and agency dysfunction: building pension plans for the real world -- DB plans and bad science -- Peter Drucker's pension legacy: a vision of what could be -- Reinventing pension fund management: easier said than done -- Should (could) you manage your fund like Harvard or Ontario teachers'? -- 'Beauty contest' investing: not dead yet -- Eradicating 'beauty contest' investing: what it will take -- High-performance cultures: impossible dream for pension funds? -- How much is good governance worth? -- The 10 percent equity return illusion: possible consequences -- Stocks for the long run?-- Or not? -- 'Persistent investment regimes' or 'random walk'?: Even Shakespeare knew the answer -- The fuss about policy portfolios: adrift in institutional wonderland -- Shifting the investment paradigm: a progress report -- Whose investment beliefs do you believe? -- Our 60-40 asset mix policy advice in 1987: wise or foolish? -- 'But what does the turtle rest on?': a further exploration of investment beliefs -- Professor Malkiel and the new investment paradigm: raining on the parade? -- The 'post-bubble blues decade': a progress report -- Rethinking funding policy and regulation: how should pension plans be financed? -- Funding policy and investment policy: how should they be integrated in DB pension plans? -- Resurrecting Ranva: adjusting investment returns for risk -- Adjusting investment returns for risk: what's the best way? -- Pension plan organizations: measuring 'competitiveness' -- Measuring DC plans as 'value propositions': the new imperative for plan sponsors -- Measuring pension fund behaviour (1992-2004): what can we learn? -- Whither security analysis? -- Pension funds and investment firms: redefining the relationship -- The new pension fund management paradigm: feedback from financial analysts -- Reconnecting GAAP and common sense: the cases of stock options and pensions -- Is SRI bunk? -- Alpha, beta, bafflegab: investment theory as marketing strategy -- The Turner pensions commission report: a blueprint for global pension reform -- More pension wisdom from Europe: the Geneva Report or pension reform -- PERS and the pension revolution: active participant-- or passive bystander? -- Advice for Alyson Green: how PERS can join the pension revolution -- In conclusion: a call to arms
Control code
ocm70673259
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxii, 336 p.
Isbn
9780470087237
Lccn
2006024003
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780470087237
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Pension revolution : a solution to the pensions crisis, Keith P. Ambachtsheer
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Are pension funds 'irrelevant'? -- The pension revolution? Are you a believer yet? -- After the perfect pension storm: what now? -- Beyond portfolio theory: the next frontier -- The United Airlines case: tipping point for U.S. pension system? -- Peter Drucker's pension revolution after 30 years: not over yet -- Winning the pension revolution: why the Dutch are leading the way -- Pension reform: evolution or revolution? -- Can game theory help build better pension plans? -- If DB and DC plans are not the answers, what are the questions? -- Human foibles and agency dysfunction: building pension plans for the real world -- DB plans and bad science -- Peter Drucker's pension legacy: a vision of what could be -- Reinventing pension fund management: easier said than done -- Should (could) you manage your fund like Harvard or Ontario teachers'? -- 'Beauty contest' investing: not dead yet -- Eradicating 'beauty contest' investing: what it will take -- High-performance cultures: impossible dream for pension funds? -- How much is good governance worth? -- The 10 percent equity return illusion: possible consequences -- Stocks for the long run?-- Or not? -- 'Persistent investment regimes' or 'random walk'?: Even Shakespeare knew the answer -- The fuss about policy portfolios: adrift in institutional wonderland -- Shifting the investment paradigm: a progress report -- Whose investment beliefs do you believe? -- Our 60-40 asset mix policy advice in 1987: wise or foolish? -- 'But what does the turtle rest on?': a further exploration of investment beliefs -- Professor Malkiel and the new investment paradigm: raining on the parade? -- The 'post-bubble blues decade': a progress report -- Rethinking funding policy and regulation: how should pension plans be financed? -- Funding policy and investment policy: how should they be integrated in DB pension plans? -- Resurrecting Ranva: adjusting investment returns for risk -- Adjusting investment returns for risk: what's the best way? -- Pension plan organizations: measuring 'competitiveness' -- Measuring DC plans as 'value propositions': the new imperative for plan sponsors -- Measuring pension fund behaviour (1992-2004): what can we learn? -- Whither security analysis? -- Pension funds and investment firms: redefining the relationship -- The new pension fund management paradigm: feedback from financial analysts -- Reconnecting GAAP and common sense: the cases of stock options and pensions -- Is SRI bunk? -- Alpha, beta, bafflegab: investment theory as marketing strategy -- The Turner pensions commission report: a blueprint for global pension reform -- More pension wisdom from Europe: the Geneva Report or pension reform -- PERS and the pension revolution: active participant-- or passive bystander? -- Advice for Alyson Green: how PERS can join the pension revolution -- In conclusion: a call to arms
Control code
ocm70673259
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxxii, 336 p.
Isbn
9780470087237
Lccn
2006024003
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9780470087237
Other physical details
ill.

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