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[Excerpt] John Turner and Noriyasu Watanabe have written numerous articles and books on pensions and employee benefits. In this collaborative effort, they synthesize a great deal of institutional and analytical material on a wide range of countries, including those typically regarded as industrialized (most of the OECD countries are the subjects of case studies and illustrations) and those that would probably be happy to learn that they now fall into that category (in particular, Chile and Argentina). The book is both accessible (there are no equations in sight) and analytical.


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Fields, G. S. (1996). [Review of the book Private pension policies in industrialized countries: A comparative analysis] [Electronic version]. Industrial and Labor Relations Review 49(4), 768-769.

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