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Corporate Retirement Security

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216 pages
This volume collects the contributions of a number of diverse and distinguished scholars to reflect upon the topic of corporate retirement security in the United States.

  • Contributes to the public policy debate concerning the securing of sufficient retirement funds
  • Reflects the present discussions and disagreements about the most fundamental aspects of the employment relationship
  • Organized into three sections, this volume focuses on ethical issues in pension plan structure, pension plan changes, and investing in pension plan funds
  • Includes a thorough and orienting introduction to the subject
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Contents
Preface List of Contributors Introduction
Part I: Ethical Issues in Pension Plan Structure 1. Pension Plan Design: An Examination of Corporate Social ResponsibilityJoanne H. Gavin and Ken Sloan 2. The Pension That Isn’t: The DefinedContribution Retirement Plan Barry Bennett 3. Corporate Retirement Security: A Bankrupt Oxymoron Patricia H. Werhane 4. Trust, Portability, and Sustenance in Pension Plans Robbin Derry
Part II: Pension Plan Changes 5. Markets, Promises, and Responsibility: Reconsidering Pensions and Ethics Eugene Heath 6. NotHow MuchButHow: The Ethics of Cash Balance Pension Conversions Michael E. JohnsonCramer and Robert A. Phillips 7. Ethics of Corporate Retirement Program Changes Duane Windsor 8. Reflections on Markets, Retirement, and Corporate Responsibility Jeffery Smith
Part III: Investing Pension Plan Funds 9. Pensions and the Companies They Own: New Fiduciary Duties in a Changing Social Environment Peter D. Kinder
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10. Pension Funds and Socially Responsible Investing: More Risky Than Responsible Business Sarah Fuhrmann 11. Why Social Investing Threatens Public Employee Pension Funds Jon Entine
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