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Non-Financial Defined Contribution Schemes: The New Revolution for Reforming National Pension Schemes?

Date: September 19, 2012
Time: 11:00-17:00
Place: Budapest, Karolyi-Csekonics residence (1088 Budapest, Múzeum utca 17)
Sponsors: Swedish Social Insurance Agency, TARKI

Agenda

11:00-13:00 Experience with and Potential of NDC: Results from recent World
Bank and Academic Publications

Robert Holzmann (University of Malaya) and Edward Palmer (University of Uppsala) (2012): NDC in the Teens: Lessons and Issues. In R. Holzmann, E. Palmer and D. Robalino (eds.): NDC Pension Schemes in a Changing Pension World, Vol.1: Progress, Lessons and Implementation, Ch. 1. World Bank: Washington, DC.

Andras Bodor and Michal Rutkowski (both World Bank)(2012): NDC Schemes as a Pathway toward Politically Feasible Pension Reform. In R. Holzmann, E. Palmer and D. Robalino (eds.): NDC Pension Schemes in a Changing Pension World, Vol.2: Progress, Lessons and Implementation, Ch. 15. World Bank: Washington, DC.

Robert I. Gal, Vera Gergely and Marton Medgyesi (TÁRKI)(2011): National Transfer Accounts in Hungary: Contribution Asset and Returns in a Pay-As-You-Go Pension Scheme. In RD Lee és A Mason (szerk.): Population Aging and the Generational Economy, Ch. 32. Cheltenham UK és Northampton MA: Edward Elgar.

14:00-16:00 Panel Discussion about Potential and Drawbacks of NDC for Hungary
Chair:
Istvan Gyorgy Toth (Director of TARKI)
Panelists:
Andras Bodor (World Bank)
Csaba Feher (National Bank of Hungary)
Erzsebet Kovacs (Corvinus University)
Robert I. Gal (TARKI)