The Economic and Financial Market Consequences of Global Ageing

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ISBN: 978-3-642-07355-7 (Print) 978-3-540-24821-7 (Online)

Table of contents (11 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIV

  2. Economic and Financial Market Consequences of Global Ageing

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-11

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      Pages 13-23

      Global Demographic Trends and Forecasts 1950–2050

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      Pages 25-53

      How is Ageing Likely to Impact Economically over the Next 50 Years: What are the Main Transmission Mechanisms?

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      Pages 55-88

      Global Capital Market Developments, Current Account Imbalances and the Evidence for Age-related International Capital Flows

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      Pages 89-107

      Global Ageing Scenario 2000–2050

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      Pages 109-140

      Policy Response: How Can the EU and the World as a Whole Effectively Deal with the Challenges of Ageing?

    7. Back Matter

      Pages 141-157

  3. EU Pension Reform — an Overview of the Debate and an Empirical Assessment of the Main Policy Reform Options

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 159-167

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      Pages 169-185

      Overview of the Pension Reform Debate

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      Pages 187-197

      Description of Model Used to Assess the Pension Reform Options

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      Pages 199-206

      PAYG System: Economic Assessment of the Main Parametric / Labour Market Reform Options: What is needed to Bring the System Back into Equilibrium?

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      Pages 207-224

      Systemic Reform: 2 Key Factors to be Considered: Internal Rates of Return + Transition Burden

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      Pages 225-237

      Economic Assessment of a Full / Partial Shift to Funding

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      Pages 239-250

      An “Optimal” EU Pension Reform Strategy

    8. Back Matter

      Pages 251-260

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 261-346