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The Great Controversy: Current Pension Actuarial Practice in Light of Financial Economics Symposium

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  • Pension Funds–A Company Manager's View
  • By Jon Exley, Shyam Mehta, and Andrew Smith
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  • Reporting of Defined Benefit Cost in the Sponsor's Books in an Unregulated Setting: Australia Compared to the United States and the United Kingdom
  • By Isabel Gordon
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  • Pensions and Capital Structure: Why Hold Equities in the Pension Fund?
  • By John Ralfe, Cliff Speed and Jon Palin
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  • The Influence of the Financial Status of a Pension Plan Sponsor on the Fund's Solvency
  • By Ravil Akhtyamov, Semyen Spivak and Andrew Klimin
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  • Letting Financial Economics Drive the Development of Transparent Accounting and Contribution Requirements
  • By Mark Ruloff
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  • Desirable Funding Level of Defined Benefit Pension Plans
  • By Carole Turcotte and Anne Fortin
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  • Pension Funds: A Capital Adequacy Test With A Soft Mismatch Cushion
  • By Roland van Gaalen
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  • Hedging Pension Plan Funding Ratio
  • By Jon Palin and Cliff Speed
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  • Alternative Investments and the Solvency Requirements for Defined Benefit Pension Schemes
  • By Laurens Swinkels
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  • Periodic Cost of Employee Benefits
  • By Jeremy Gold
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  • Financial Economics and Actuarial Practice
  • By Tony Day
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  • Pension Funding Without Liabilities
  • By Robert T. McCrory
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  • Discount Rate Revisited
  • By Dimitry Mindlin
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  • Financial Economics and the Retirement Plan Design Model
  • By Brian S. Rosenblum
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  • A Bayesian Model for Developing an Optimal Mix of Defined Contribution and Defined Benefit Plans
  • By Armand Yambao
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  • Pension Funds and the U.K. Economy
  • By Jon Exley
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  • Financial Economics and Pension Actuaries: The U.K. Experience
  • By Tim Gordon and Stuart Jarvis
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  • Sources and Measurement of Risk in Defined Benefit Pension Plans
  • By Eric Klieber
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  • A Forward Looking Asset–Smoothing Method
  • By Doug Andrews
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  • Measuring Terminable Postretirement Obligations
  • By Jeffrey Petertil
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  • A Re–evaluation of ASOP 27, Post–Enron: Is It An Adequate Standard of Professionalism?
  • By Frank Todisco
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  • Did Pension Plan Accounting Contribute to a Stock Market Bubble?
  • By Julia Lynn Coronado and Steven A. Sharpe
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  • Fixing the Pension Plan Funding Rules
  • By Edward E. Burrows