Social Policy

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Tax policy is central to national democratic policy making, and tax issues feature more and more prominently in EU lev

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Last week’s Social Summit for Fair Jobs and Growth, also known as the Gothen

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Many European countries are currently facing serious challenges related to weak public finances and political populism.

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The recent financial and economic crisis has exacerbated the funding shortfalls of Europe’s public pension systems.

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Now that the wrangling about quotas for refugees among the member states of the Union is over (for the time being), and

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There is an ongoing debate about budget cutting in the world today, because revenue coming in is not matching the promise Governments made

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In What Money Can’t Buy, world renowned American political philosopher and Harvard Professor, Michael J.

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Dutch occupational defined-benefit plans suffer from a number of serious weaknesses, including ambiguous ownership of the surplus, back-loading of

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In many countries occupational plans are being reformed from Defined-Benefit (DB) to Defined-Contribution (DC) designs.

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