People’s Pensions

This discussion paper suggests an entirely new arrangement for the provision of second pensions in the 21st Century.

February 23, 2003 // Written by:

Richard Murphy,Alan Simspon,Colin Hines

This paper proposes an adaptable pension model much more insulated from market turbulence than orthodox schemes. And, as a result, a model that will be highly attractive for the millions of people seeking financial security in old age. It will be capable of raising large sums of money to invest in necessary public services and can easily be adapted to invest in immediate local priorities.

 

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Monetary Policy

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