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When the Good Pensions Go Away: Why America Needs a New Deal for Pension and Healthcare Reform
     

When the Good Pensions Go Away: Why America Needs a New Deal for Pension and Healthcare Reform

by Thomas J. Mackell
 

In When the Good Pensions Go Away, Thomas Mackell suggests remedies to the quagmire that has been created by the conflicting interests of health care and pension service providers, the aging population, and the inertia that has permeated our policymakers. Mackell includes his “Top List” of recommendations that anyone (and hope-fully everyone) can

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In When the Good Pensions Go Away, Thomas Mackell suggests remedies to the quagmire that has been created by the conflicting interests of health care and pension service providers, the aging population, and the inertia that has permeated our policymakers. Mackell includes his “Top List” of recommendations that anyone (and hope-fully everyone) can adopt to address the problem that the shift of our benefit programs—from organizations to the shoulders of the individual—has created.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470139752
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
04/04/2008
Pages:
172
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)

Meet the Author

Thomas J. Mackell Jr. is Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and President of the Association of Benefit Administrators. He has spent fourteen years administering pension and health care benefit plans and the last twenty-five years in the investment management business—working with Taft-Hartley and public and corporate pension funds and endowments. Mackell was a White House appointee on the ERISA Advisory Board to the Secretary of Labor from 1997 through 1999. He was also a member of the Ethics Committee of the Investment Management Consultants Association. Mackell has taught at the C.W. Post Center and the New York Institute of Technology School of Management Graduate Center for Labor and Industrial Relations. He holds a bachelor's degree from Seton Hall University, a master's degree from Long Island University, and a doctorate from Rutgers University.

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