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Risk Transfer in Public Pension Plans
Jeremy Gold via the Pension Research CouncilLink to more items from this source
Oct. 21, 2002

25 pages. Excerpt: Actuaries and sponsors of public sector defined benefit pension plans agree that each generation of taxpayers should bear its fair share of the long term plan cost. Actuarial methods and assumptions are designed to equate expected costs across generations. This paper uses arbitrage principles to show that equating expected costs unfairly lowers risk-adjusted costs for early generations and raises them for later generations. [WP2002-18]

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