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  • The Case Against Stock in Public Pension Funds
    not default on its pension obligations. The primary reason to pre-fund the plan, then, is to ensure ... ownership, for example, works exactly like this. But direct ownership is not the only kind of exposure. If ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Jeremy Gold
    • Date: Oct 2004
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Economics>Macroeconomics; Enterprise Risk Management>Risk measurement - ERM; Pensions & Retirement>Public sector plans
  • Current Pension Actuarial Practice in Light of Financial Economics Symposium: Periodic Cost of Employee Benefits
    whether implicit, explicit or combined. This is a direct application of Principle 1. Financial accounting ... decrease in direct pay. If a firm chose to commit more (or less) to benefits without adjusting direct pay, ...

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    • Authors: Jeremy Gold
    • Date: Jun 2003
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations
    • Topics: Pensions & Retirement>Pension finance; Pensions & Retirement>Pension accounting
  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, February 2003, Issue No. 41
    (Mark Bursinger). We liai- son with the Long Term Care Section (Larry Rubin) and with Continuing Education ... a problem because the problem is not subject to direct experimentation. 3 Analysts are hampered in their ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Nino A Boezio, Paul Donahue, Anson Glacy, Jeremy Gold, David Ingram, Max Rudolph, Peter Tilley, Richard Wendt, Douglas A George, Valentina A Isakina, Lilli Segre Tossani
    • Date: Feb 2003
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • Retirement Benefits, Economics and Accounting: Moral Hazard and Frail Benefit Designs
    whether implicit, explicit or combined. This is a direct application of Principle 1. Financial accounting ... decrease in direct pay. If a firm chose to commit more (or less) to benefits without adjusting direct pay, ...

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    • Authors: Jeremy Gold
    • Date: Oct 2004
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Topics: Economics; Finance & Investments>Economic value; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Financial Accounting Standards Board [FASB]; Pensions & Retirement>Assumptions and methods
  • Does An Actuarial Bias Lead To Equity Investment?
    transparency, encourages equity holdings. The primary cause of opacity is pension actuarial science, ... is disguised by the present system but it is a direct implication of transparent accounting and arbitrage ...

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    • Authors: Jeremy Gold, Ethan Kra, Zvi Bodie
    • Date: May 2001
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Finance & Investments; Pensions & Retirement
  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, October 2002, Issue No. 40
    The Short and Long of Bond Demand Among the primary consumers of long fixed-rate debt are life insurance ... workers’ comp disaster in U.S. history. In health care, the largest sector in the U.S. economy, costs continue ...

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    • Authors: Nino A Boezio, Michael Cohen, Edward H Friend, Jeremy Gold, David Ingram, Max Rudolph, Richard Wendt, Steven Siegel, John Lawson Shuttleworth, Robert Stone, Lilli Segre Tossani, Keith Gustafson, Abbigail J Chiodo, Michael T Owyang
    • Date: Oct 2002
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • The Pension Forum, January 2005, Volume 16, Issue No. 1
    come at all. The profession needs to address the direct ethical criticisms at the same time that it debates ... paper draws heavily on published material; the primary technique employed is to tell a story and develop ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Jeremy Gold, Robert North, Frank Todisco, James Phillip Turpin
    • Date: Jan 2005
    • Publication Name: The Pension Forum
  • The Future Of Defined Benefit Pension Plans
    activity which non-actuaries often perceive to be the primary function of the actuary -- to predict the future ... until this time, the nonworking elderly were taken care of primarily by the family unit or local charity ...

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    • Authors: Jeremy Gold, David W Kempken, James S Rubie, Steven R Rusher, Geoffrey N Calvert
    • Date: May 1983
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Pensions & Retirement
  • Pension Section News, September 2003, Issue No. 53
    the resulting estimates should be interpreted with care. The estimates are not intended to be spe- cific ... (d) projecting increases in payments to managed care plans; and (e) projecting increases in administrative ...

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    • Authors: Jeremy Gold, Marilyn Miller Oliver, Emily Kessler, Tonya Manning, John Riley, Karen Gentilcore
    • Date: Sep 2003
    • Publication Name: Pension Section News
  • Effect Of Mergers And Acquisitions On Pension Plans
    transfer and, thus, there would be more need for care in the context where you have a split or 1472 ... from the plan. It is rare that any other kinds of direct liabilities are triggered in connection with an ...

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    • Authors: James A Giesinger, Jeremy Gold, Joel I Rich, William K Bortz, Ailey Bailin
    • Date: Oct 1989
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Pensions & Retirement>Corporate plans