Social security and its discontents : perspectives on choice

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Cato Institute.
Other Authors: Tanner, Michael, 1956-
Physical Description:vii, 386 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: Washington, DC : Cato Institute, 2004.
ISBN:1930865554 (cloth : alk. paper)
Table of Contents:
  • Reengineering Social Security for the 21st century / Thomas F. Siems
  • Trust Fund, the surplus, and the real Social Security problem / June O'Neill
  • "Saving" Social Security is not enough / Michael Tanner
  • Property rights : the hidden issue of Social Security reform / Charles E. Rounds Jr.
  • Private investment of Social Security : the $10 trillion opportunity / Martin Feldstein
  • Moral case for a market-based retirement system / Daniel Shapiro
  • Social Security choices for the 21st-century woman / Leanne Abdnor
  • Impact of Social Security reform on low-income workers / Jagadeesh Gokhale
  • Disparate impact : Social Security and African Americans / Michael Tanner
  • No second best : the unappetizing alternatives to individual accounts / Michael Tanner
  • Empowering workers : the privatization of Social Security in Chile / José Piñera
  • Perspectives on the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security / Andrew G. Biggs
  • 6.2 percent solution : a plan for reforming Social Security / Michael Tanner
  • Speaking the truth about Social Security reform / Milton Friedman
  • Administration costs and the relative efficiency of public and private Social Security systems / Robert Genetski
  • Personal accounts in a down market : how recent stock market declines affect the Social Security reform debate / Andrew G. Biggs
  • Public opinion and private accounts : measuring risk and confidence in rethinking Social Security / John Zogby.