Pension Reform Newsletter #29 (September 2016 edition)
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Pension Reform Newsletter #29 (September 2016 edition)

The September 2016 edition of Reason’s Pension Reform Newsletter is now online. Topics covered in this issue include:

  • Michigan Pension Reform Case Study
  • How Flexible Is the California Rule?
  • Another Tool to Measure Pension Health: Net Amortization
  • Positivity on Bad Pension Investment Returns?
  • Ranking of State Finances Offers Insight on Public Pension Debt
  • Contribution Rate Volatility vs. Long-Term Pension Underfunding
  • Could Buffered Index Funds Help Struggling Public Pensions?
  • Glossary of Pension Terminology

The full newsletter is available here, and previous editions of the newsletter are available here.

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