John Hawksworth's paper examines the costs and benefits of different public pensions regimes, and provides a macro treatment of UK pensions policies over the next fifty years.
The Authors have analysed the same set of pensions options in their paper, but from the perspective of the individuals who would be affected.
The report also models the public and private macro costs of long-term care under a range of different scenarios and policy options. Collectively, these papers represent a coherent and important contribution to UK retirement policy at the beginning of the new century.
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