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The Resource Pensionomics : on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios, Matthias F. Jäkel, (electronic book)

Pensionomics : on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios, Matthias F. Jäkel, (electronic book)

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Pensionomics : on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios
Title
Pensionomics
Title remainder
on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios
Statement of responsibility
Matthias F. Jäkel
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Subject
Language
eng
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DE-He213
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Jäkel, Matthias F
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Series statement
Lecture notes in economics and mathematical systems
Series volume
572
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  • Pensions
  • Old age pensions
  • Human capital
  • Social policy
Label
Pensionomics : on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios, Matthias F. Jäkel, (electronic book)
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Publication
Note
Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--WHU, Otto Beinsheim School of Management
Antecedent source
mixed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-316)
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not applicable
Contents
Cover -- Contents -- Part I: The Problem -- 1 Global Aging and Pensionomics -- 1.1 Global Aging -- 1.2 Pension Problem -- 1.3 Objective and Synopsis -- 2 Methodical Foundation -- 2.1 Outline and Requirements -- 2.2 Theoretical Background -- 2.3 Summary and Survey of Approach -- Part II: The Model -- 3 Tradable Human Capital -- 3.1 Population and Overview -- 3.2 Consumption and Capital Technologies -- 3.3 Financial Markets Description -- 3.4 Optimization by Agents -- 3.5 Capital Market Equilibrium -- 3.6 General Equilibrium -- 3.7 Summary for Tradable Human Capital -- 4 Replication with PAYGO -- 4.1 Incomplete Markets and Overview -- 4.2 Mimicking Economy -- 4.3 Solving the Mimicking Economy -- 4.4 Replicating Tradability -- 4.5 Summary of Replication -- Part III: The Implications -- 5 Discussion and Assessment -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Analyzing the Framework -- 5.3 Technological Progress -- 5.4 Design of PAYGO Schemes -- 5.5 Summary of Implications -- 6 Conclusion and Further Research -- 6.1 The Model and its Implications -- 6.2 Outlook on Pensionomics -- Part IV: Appendices -- A: Methodological Foundation -- A.1 Asset Pricing -- A.2 Growth Theory -- B: Tradable Human Capital -- B.1 Optimization by Agents -- B.2 Capital Market Equilibrium -- B.3 General Equilibrium -- C: Replication with PAYGO -- C.1 Replicating Tradability -- C.2 Full Depreciation -- D: Discussion and Assessment -- D.1 Analyzing the Framework -- D.2 Technological Progress -- Part V: Lists and References -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Symbols and Abbreviations -- References -- Last Page
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unknown
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xii, 316 p.
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multiple file formats
Isbn
9783540346692
Issn
0075-8442
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uncompressed
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ill.
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Label
Pensionomics : on the role of PAYGO in pension portfolios, Matthias F. Jäkel, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--WHU, Otto Beinsheim School of Management
Antecedent source
mixed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-316)
Color
not applicable
Contents
Cover -- Contents -- Part I: The Problem -- 1 Global Aging and Pensionomics -- 1.1 Global Aging -- 1.2 Pension Problem -- 1.3 Objective and Synopsis -- 2 Methodical Foundation -- 2.1 Outline and Requirements -- 2.2 Theoretical Background -- 2.3 Summary and Survey of Approach -- Part II: The Model -- 3 Tradable Human Capital -- 3.1 Population and Overview -- 3.2 Consumption and Capital Technologies -- 3.3 Financial Markets Description -- 3.4 Optimization by Agents -- 3.5 Capital Market Equilibrium -- 3.6 General Equilibrium -- 3.7 Summary for Tradable Human Capital -- 4 Replication with PAYGO -- 4.1 Incomplete Markets and Overview -- 4.2 Mimicking Economy -- 4.3 Solving the Mimicking Economy -- 4.4 Replicating Tradability -- 4.5 Summary of Replication -- Part III: The Implications -- 5 Discussion and Assessment -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Analyzing the Framework -- 5.3 Technological Progress -- 5.4 Design of PAYGO Schemes -- 5.5 Summary of Implications -- 6 Conclusion and Further Research -- 6.1 The Model and its Implications -- 6.2 Outlook on Pensionomics -- Part IV: Appendices -- A: Methodological Foundation -- A.1 Asset Pricing -- A.2 Growth Theory -- B: Tradable Human Capital -- B.1 Optimization by Agents -- B.2 Capital Market Equilibrium -- B.3 General Equilibrium -- C: Replication with PAYGO -- C.1 Replicating Tradability -- C.2 Full Depreciation -- D: Discussion and Assessment -- D.1 Analyzing the Framework -- D.2 Technological Progress -- Part V: Lists and References -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- Symbols and Abbreviations -- References -- Last Page
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xii, 316 p.
File format
multiple file formats
Isbn
9783540346692
Issn
0075-8442
Level of compression
uncompressed
Other physical details
ill.
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote

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