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Reducing old age and economic vulnerabilities : why Uganda should improve its pension system (English)

This is the fourth edition of the Uganda Economic Update series. As with previous editions, this update first provides information related to the current state of the economy before focusing on a particular subject of importance. ... See More +

Economic Updates and Modeling 88683 JUN 01, 2014

Sebudde, Rachel K.; Stewart, Fiona; Eberhard, Andreas; Morisset, Jacques; Dall'Olio, Andrea Mario; Borg, Asger H.; Coll-Black, Sarah; Magezi, Barbara; Kibirige, Moses; Bronchi, Chiara; Nguessa Nganou, Jean-Pascal

Reducing Old Age and Economic Vulnerabilities : Why Uganda should improve its pension system (English)

This is the fourth edition of the Uganda Economic Update series. As with previous editions, this update first provides information related to the current state of the economy before focusing on a particular subject of importance. ... See More +

Working Paper ACS9729 JUN 01, 2014

Sebudde, Rachel Kaggwa; Stewart, Fiona; Eberhard, Andreas

Proving incentives for long-term investment by pension funds -- the use of outcome-based benchmarks : Proving incentives for long-term investment by pension funds : the use of outcome-based benchmarks (English)

A fundamental goal of any pension system is to ensure that members receive an adequate income when they retire. Although traditional defined benefit pension plans set out how pension income will be determined in advance and then strive to deliver this, the growing number of defined contribution plans accumulate a sum of assets which can then be turned into a pension income on retirement. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS6885 MAY 01, 2014

Stewart, Fiona

Institutional investment in infrastructure in developing countries : introduction to potential models (English)

The link between infrastructure and economic growth is widely acknowledged -- as is the infrastructure gap, which can act as a break on growth in emerging markets and developing economies (EMDEs). ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS6780 FEB 01, 2014

Inderst, Georg; Stewart, Fiona