Pensions in Development
This title was first published in 2001. Challenging conventional approaches to the delivery of sustainable "social protection" to the elderly in developing countries (DCs) and assessing their implications, this work discusses the appropriateness of the public management of funded systems in DCs with relatively large formal sectors. The combination of social assistance approaches to social protection for the elderly facilitates the formation of an original unbiased "pensions in development" approach. Arguing for expeditious implementation of non-contributory tax (or aid) financed universal old-age "pensions" provision in all DCs and advocating industry flexibility and inclusivity, the book provides a treatment of a growing issue in worldwide development.
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... Bank model of pillared pension provision - never likely to be particularly appropriate for the great bulk of DCs ... Bank's pensions reform agenda, that savings grow best when they are placed in the hands of private sector fund ...
... Bank, 1994, p.6). In response, a third pensions policy debate, to which this volume seeks to contribute, relates ... Bank's estimate, relying on 'informal' means of support, we have sought to respond positively to this reality and to ...
... Bank, involving an agenda centred on private rather than public provision, has, to date, been largely ignored by the high income countries to whose problems the Bank's proposals are largely addressed. Responding to the views of both the ...
... Bank's model reformer , we demonstrate below in Chapter 8 that current pension reform prescriptions , based on the model proposed by the World Bank , are not fully appropriate for developing countries even in these limited respects . In ...
... Bank - on national policy choices are likely to remain limited to the reinforcement of pre-existing reform trends and to the further encouragement of reform contagion, most obviously on an inter-regional basis. The. World. Bank. and.
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