The global rise and fall of pension privatization


May 03, 2013 Professor Mitchell Orenstein has had an article published in Governance. His article argues that ideational as well as fiscal factors caused a temporary halt to the privatization trend. "The tables turned in 2005," Orenstein says, "with the rise of anti-privatization critiques within the World Bank and the high-profile rejection of pension privatization in the United States." Read the article
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