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Intergenerational Fairness Bulletin - Retirement (from the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries)

Andrew Hood
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Senior Research Economist, Andrew Hood, contributed to an article to this bulletin titled 'The changing generosity of private pension provision and its differential effects across generations'.

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