Pension Underfunding

The Economic Consequences Of Pension Underfunding

The Economic Consequences Of Pension Underfunding: Evidence From The Retirement Systems Of Alabama

Daniel J. Smith
Troy University - Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy

John A. Dove
Troy University - Manuel H. Johnson Center for Political Economy

June 14, 2016

Abstract:

There is a strong consensus among economists and public pension experts that many public pensions are substantially underfunded and that absent fundamental reform many state . . .

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