Social Policy and Retirement Plansemployers and employees, and more recently we have had direct legislation through the Pension Benefits Acts. ... In the 1950's, the Government of Canada tried to direct pension plans into socially desirable directions ...
Description: This 1981 discussion session is about public social policies and their impact on public and private retirement plans in the United States and Canada. The key issues discussed pertain to age, sex and marital status, and income level. Also discussed is the possible impact of public social policies on future trends in disability benefits, death benefits, termination benefits, and other factors in private and public retirement plans.Hide
- Authors: Laurence E Coward, Anna M Rappaport, James R Swenson, Judith Wolfson
- Date: May 1981
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Demography>Gender factors; Pensions & Retirement; Public Policy