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Excerpt: While the United States has instituted numerous pension policy innovations over the past twenty years, including notably 401(k) plans, pension coverage has remained stagnant at roughly 50 percent of workers. Frustration over the failure of pension policy to increase coverage has raised the issue of what can we learn from other countries, some of which have considerably higher pension coverage rates than the United States.
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