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ISBN-13: 9780826113979

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In practice, the wide range of acceptable practices and assumptions leads to problems of comparability from one public organization to another. Magnitude of public sector liabilities A number of recent studies have sought to document the value of pension and retiree health care liabilities in the public sector. In 2007, the Pew Center on the States issued a report covering public sector retirement benefits promised by state governments (Pew 2007). 99 trillion was funded, leaving a total unfunded liability of $361 billion.

Others charge that this crisis is even worse than it might appear, because public sector retirement system liabilities are not computed using appropriate assumptions and methods (Ennis 2007; Gold and Latter 2009). Here we do not resolve the question of whether such a crisis exists. But because public debate relies, at least in part, on the numbers being published in public financial reports, it is important to review the basis of these calculations as a measure of their credibility. This chapter examines the principles under which the calculations of unfunded liability are derived.

The mutual aid association for Japan Railway employees nearly collapsed and eventually was absorbed by the EPI scheme. Responding to growing imbalances, the government called for consolidation of private and government sector plans in 1985; only in 2007 was a bill introduced calling for all four remaining schemes to merge. One continued sticking point is whether to require the self-employed and farmers to join the scheme. Just as public pension schemes around the world have experienced change, so too have US public pension plans continued to evolve.

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