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Barriers to Increased Effectiveness of Investment by Pension Funds in Poland
(Pensions Institute, Cass Business School, City University London, 2009)
The last ten years of the 20th century was the decade of pension reforms in Central and Eastern European countries. A three-pillar pension system has been adopted in most of that countries, including Poland, where the ...
The Resilience of Pension Systems in the CEE Countries to Financial and Economic Crisis: the Need for Higher Diversification
(Silesian University in Opava, School of Business Administration in Karvina, 2011)
During the present economic crisis, several CEE countries decided to reduce the pension contribution paid to the private 2nd pillar. It is an obvious retraction from the pension reforms initiated in the last decade. The ...
The Choice of Open Pension Fund made by Citizens of Poland in the Years 2003-2009: The Analysis of the Criteria
(Pensions Institute, Cass Business School, City University London, 2011)
Membership in open pension funds (OPFs) is mandatory for the citizens of Poland. People make two major decisions related to OPFs: concerning the initial choice of pension funds at the start of their professional career ...
Measuring the multidimensional adequacy of pension systems in European countries
(Pensions Institute, Cass Business School, City University London, 2012)
The paper presents a multidimensional approach to the adequacy of the pension system, recognising it as the most relevant in comparative analyses of pension systems, as well as more authoritative than a one-dimensional ...
Liberalization of pension systems in Central and Eastern Europe
(European Value Network, 2009)
The principal aim of this paper is to describe the process of liberalization of the pension systems in Central and Eastern Europe, in terms of both the basic system structure and the regulations applied in relation to ...