The pension fund revolution

by Peter F. Drucker

Publisher: Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick, N.J

Written in English
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Places:

  • United States,
  • United States.

Subjects:

  • Pension trusts -- United States -- Investments.,
  • Corporations -- United States -- Finance.,
  • Labor union-owned business enterprises -- United States.

Edition Notes

StatementPeter F. Drucker ; with a new introduction and epilogue by the author.
ContributionsDrucker, Peter Ferdinand, 1909-.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD7105.45.U6 D78 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 232 p. ;
Number of Pages232
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1703973M
ISBN 101560006269
LC Control Number92005137

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Write a review. Gustavo Marques rated it liked it Martin Boehm rated it really liked it/5(4). "Pension Revolution exposes the inadequacies of current pension systems and persuasively makes the case for the fundamental changes that are needed. It is essential reading for both the pension industry and policymakers."--Elizabeth Bryan, Chair, Investment Committee, Unisuper Management PM Ltd, Australia.

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The silent pension fund revolution that Drucker talks to aabout got its start in the use of public employee pension funds tofinance New York city´s deficit, thus avoidingraising taxes on the rich, always ready to threaten the local Reviews: 1.

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The Future of Pension Management offers a progress report from the field, using actual case studies from around the the mids, Peter Drucker predicted that demographic dynamics would eventually turn pensions into a major societal issue; inauthor Keith Ambachsheer's book Pension Revolution laid out the ways in which Drucker.

Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), Pension fund revolution. New Brunswick, N.J. The Pension Fund Revolution is now considered a classic text regarding the effects of pension fund ownership on the governance of the American corporation and on the structure of the American economy altogether.

The reissuing of this book is more timely now than ever. It provides a wealth of information for sociologists, economists, and 4/5(1). Ambachtsheer’s views are well-known to students of pension fund management.

This is his third book and he has written innumerable articles, editorials in pension trade magazines along with his regular news-letters to his advisory service clients. Pension Revolution introduces to a wider audience some new ideas from the academic world: the File Size: 59KB.

Pension Revolution exactly elucidates the causes of the global pension crisis and offers a comprehensive blueprint for pension reform." —Burton Malkiel, Professsor of Economics, Princeton University, U.S.A., and author of "A Random Walk Down Wall Street"Author: Keith P.

Ambachtsheer. But the book’s approach epitomizes McAlevey’s argument that the search for shortcuts is a dead end. Inflated Claims. The Rise of the Working-Class Shareholder chronicles the efforts of a small group of US union activists and pension-fund trustees to challenge corporate investment decisions.

In shareholder meetings and trustee encounters. In his book titled The Pension Fund Revolution (), Peter Drucker point out the theoretical difficulty of a solution, and proposed a second best policy that may be enable to enforce. [clarification needed] Reform ideas are in three primary categories.

Fifteen years after it was first chronicled, the “unseen revolution” transforming corporate ownership in the United States is now visible to all. The 20 largest pension funds (13 of them funds. Horrible examples of pension fund mismangement and misinformation abound. New York City's unfunded pension debt, approaching $10 billion, stalks the Big Apple like the ghost of King Kong.

The newly promoted employee stock ownership plan, the Kelso plan—whereby a struggling firm may sell its own stock to the pension trust established for the.

Although Peter Drucker only used the word revolution once in a book title (The Unseen Revolution; ; reissued as The Pension Fund Revolution in ); he often used the term, especially in essays and article not meant to be exhaustive, here is a brief guide to.

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We are million workers standing together /5(K). The Pension Fund of Ukraine is a central executive body that manages a solidarity system of compulsory state pension provision, collects, accumulates and records insurance premiums, allocates pensions and prepares documents for their payment, provides timely and full financing and payment pensions, burial assistance and other social arters: 9, Bastionna street, Kiev Ukraine   Praise for Michael J.

Clowes and the money flood "What a fine book As an active participant in the revolution in pension investing, I could almost feel the times and tides of the past half-century shifting beneath me. Mike Clowes's splendid and articulate tour through the era is destined to become a landmark on the bookshelves of everyone interested in this illuminating history of the past.

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The 20 largest U.S. pension funds hold 10% of the equity capital of the largest U.S. companies, and, in total, pension funds have assets worth $ trillion.

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