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Practical Issues in Public Pension Design

December 18, 2018

The Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute held an academic conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota to advance the understanding of Practical Issues in Public Pension Design on January 22, 2019. The conference examined the following four themes: (1) Long run risk and pension policy design, (2) Governance of public pensions, (3) Portfolio choice for institutional and individual investors, (4) Annuitization of pension benefits, and (5) Public pensions and state/local finance.

Comparison of Global Pension Systems - Lessons Learned
Stefan Lundbergh, Cardano Insights & non-executive board member of the Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund

Transcript of conversation here.

Pension Policy and Risks to State and Local Budgets
Yimeng Yin, University at Albany, SUNY

Transcript of conversation here.

Panel Discussion - Governance and Time (In)Consistency in Pension Policy
Don Boyd, University at Albany, SUNY
Stefan Lundbergh, Cardano Insights & non-executive board member of the Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund
Tim Mitchell, TM Consulting & formerly New Zealand Superannuation Fund
Moderated by Kurt Winkelmann, University of Minnesota

Transcript of conversation here.

Welfare Implications of Alternative Pension Policies
Jordan Pandolfo, University of Minnesota

Transcript of conversation here.

Long Horizon Risk and Differential Portfolio Solutions
Raghu Suryanarayanan, Navega Strategies LLC

Transcript of conversation pending.

Closing comments
Don Boyd, University at Albany, SUNY
Stefan Lundbergh, Cardano Insights & non-executive board member of the Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund
Tim Mitchell, TM Consulting & formerly New Zealand Superannuation Fund

Transcript of conversation here.

 

 
Co-sponsored by:
 Laura and John Arnold Foundation