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  • This note presents the simplest overlapping generations model. The model is due to Diamond (1965), who built on earlier work by Samuelson (1958). Overlapping generations models capture the fact that individuals do not live forever, but die at some point and thus have finite life-cycles. Overlapping generations models are especially useful for analysing the macro-economic effects of different pension systems.

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  • Preface and Introduction Page 3 The Definition of Money 5 Issuance of New Money 7 Attributes of Money 8 Banking 9 Electronic Money 12 Reducing Taxation by Monetary Reform 14 Money Markets 15 Economics Simplified 16 A Desire for Change 21 Implementing Change 22 The Benefits of Monetary Reform 25 No More Inflation 25 Railways 28 Freedom for Real 30 Crime 32 Pensions 34 Taxation 35 Global Warming and Climate Change 36 Why We Must Keep Out of the Euro 37 The Principle of Exchange 39 Gambling 40 Council Tax 41 Gridlocked Roads 41 Psycho-Political Warfare 43 Education 45 Religion...

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  • The market leading Essentials of Investments, 6e by Bodie, Kane and Marcus is an undergraduate textbook on investment analysis, presenting the practical applications of investment theory to convey insights of practical value. The authors have eliminated unnecessary mathematical detail and concentrate on the intuition and insights that will be useful to practitioners throughout their careers as new ideas and challenges emerge from the financial marketplace.

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  • Iwant to express my gratitude to my father, who instilled in me early in life a love and respect for the power and irrefutability of mathematics. I would also like to thank all the coeds with whom I came in contact in college, who convinced me that there were better ways to spend four years than doing engineering homework and that one could enjoy both math and campus life simultaneously. I would like to thank my father again. As manager of the pension fund for one of the big three auto makers for many years, he convinced me that intrinsic company value has little to do with the nuances of...

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  • For the past 14 years, Professor Ann Harding has spearheaded the devel- opment of highly sophisticated microsimulation models and databases within Australia, so that policy makers can gain much better information about the likely distributional impact of current and proposed policies. She leads the University of Canberra’s National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling, established in January 1993, and is a professor of Applied Eco- nomics and Social Policy at the University.

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  • Within a sub-fund, separate currency hedged Share Classes may be issued (suffixed by "H" and the currency into which the Base Currency is hedged or the currency into which the currency the sub-fund total assets are primarily invested in, is hedged. These currency hedged share classes will be named: "ACHEUR" or "ACHGBP" for a Capital-Accumulation Share Class hedged into Euro or Pound Sterling). For the RMB Fixed Income sub-fund, any hedged Share Classes issued shall provide a hedge against the Base Currency of the subfund, i.e. the US Dollar.

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  • A vast literature focuses on the predictability of U.S. and international stock returns using macroe- conomic variables, such as the short government interest rate or the yield spread between defaultable and government bonds. For instance, Ferson and Harvey (1993) nd that returns on international stock indexes are predictable using macroeconomic indicators as conditioning variables. More strikingly, Ferson and Harvey (1999) nd that broad economic variables explain the cross-sectional variation in U.S. individual stock returns better than the Fama and French (1993) empirical factors.

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  • Barriers to low-carbon investment may be financial, structural or technical. Financial barriers include fossil fuel subsidies, and the unpriced carbon externality. These discourage local businesses, project developers, vendors, technology providers from offering low carbon solutions to the market, and hamper institutional and market financing mechanisms enabling such businesses to grow.

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  • The Californian Public Employees‟ Retirement System (CalPERS) has approximately USD 231 billion in assets and is the largest public pension fund in the United States. Since 2006, CalPERS has committed USD 500 million to external managers in its Global Equity asset class who restrict companies with a negative environmental footprint. CalPERS has committed more than USD 1.5 billion to its private equity Environmental Technology Program, and has strongly advocated the reporting of environmental risk in its engagements with federal regulators and portfolio companies. ...

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  • Accounting standards around the world have evolved over centuries of business and capital market development. In this process, accounting standards historically were designed to meet the needs of each nation’s capital markets. Those stan- dards that were found to work well in the legal, cultural, political and economic context of each nation became the “generally accepted accounting principles,” or GAAP, for that particular jurisdiction. Naturally, different norms in each nation led to different GAAPs in each nation.

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  • The World Bank’s mission is to alleviate poverty and support sustainable development. The conservation and sustainable use of natural habitats and biodiversity will contribute to these goals by protecting ecosystem services that are critical to fulfilling these objectives. Biodiversity is the foundation and mainstay of agriculture, forests, and fisheries. Biological resources provide the raw materials for livelihoods, sustenance, medicines, trade, tourism, and industry.

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  • One significant obstacle pension funds face is a history of failed economically targeted investments (ETIs) from the 1980s that have resulted in negative perceptions of investments in the underserved markets.  In part, many of those failed investments were driven by an overly aggressive effort to achieve the social benefits first, and the market rates of return came second. To make matters worse, critics argue that ETI investments are prone to political interfer- ence (Romano 1993) and can distract pension funds from their mission.

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  • For many people, the present value of their future pension annuity is their largest financial asset. The retirement income may come from a variety of pension accumulations, including defined contribution plans, defined benefit plans, individual retirement accounts, Keogh plans, and tax deferred annuityplans.

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  • Chú ý J - LỢI ÍCH NHÂN VIÊN KẾ HOẠCH Kế hoạch Xác định Pension Benefit Tất cả nhân viên đủ điều kiện của DBEDT các yêu cầu của Chương 88, Hawaii Điều lệ sửa đổi (HRS), để trở thành thành viên của hệ thống hưu trí của nhân viên Nhà nước của Hawaii (ERS), chia sẻ chi phí nhiều, sử dụng lao động công chức hưu trí kế hoạch.

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  • The 2009 OECD Working Paper „Pension Fund Investment in Infrastructure‟ (Inderst 2009) discusses barriers to pension funds‟ investment in infrastructure projects in general – which can be seen to apply also to green investments.

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  • We provide several new insights about the value of active management and the economic significance of fund return predictability through an analysis of the optimal portfolios of mutual funds prescribed by our framework at the end of the sample period (December 31, 2002). In particular, consider an investor who completely rules out predictability in fund returns, as well as active management skills. Not surprisingly, this investor heavily weights index funds, such as the Vanguard Total Stock Market Index fund.

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  • Some of the benefits of registration are that registered fund managers (i) may have 15 or more clients; (ii) will be able to allow significant participation by corporate pensions under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended; (iii) may attract certain government employee benefit plans that require their managers to be registered investment advisers; and (iv) will be permitted to hold themselves out broadly to the public as investment advisers to attract clients, generally, provided they do so in a manner that does not run afoul of the private placement of inter...

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  • In recent months, there has been a considerable effort by many political actors to promote fears over the size of public pension shortfalls. While many, if not most, public pensions do face shortfalls, much of the discussion has been misleading about both the origins of the shortfall and its severity. This paper tries to put these issues in a clearer perspective. The first part examines the origins of the shortfall by noting the extent to which pensions have lost value due to the recent economic crisis.

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  • The present reality of the situation is that the ability of other, larger sovereigns to roll over maturing debt on their own is increasingly in doubt, and in any event, will involve very high, economically penalizing, interest rates. Under these circumstances, one or more sovereigns may be unable to issue new debt to redeem old debt at par value in the future.

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  • The SB interest rate was decreased in March 2003, from 4% to 3.5%, when inflation was around 3%. In April 2010, after RBI changed the method of calculating interest on SB accounts, the depositors saw an increase in their returns on savings. However, the fluctuating inflation has been very high in recent years. The SB deposits are the major source of savings (investment) for many depositors, including pensioners, small savers and senior citizens. Not having the ability to be good money managers, such persons are getting high negative returns on their hard earned monies.

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