Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999, X, 305 pp. 26 figs., 42 tabs.
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K. Müller, A. Ryll, H.-J. Wagner: Introdcution: Transforming Social Security - Pensions in Central-Eastern Europe.- Transition and Social Security in Central-Eastern Europe: H.-J. Wagener: Social Security - A Second Phase Transformation Phenomenon?; K. Hagemejer: The Transformation of Social Security in Central and Eastern Europe.- Issues and Role Models in the Pension Reform Debate: H. Ribhegge: The Controversy Between the Pay-As-You-Go System and the Fully Funded System in Old-Age Security; F. Breyer, K. Stolte: The Political Feasibility of Pension Reform in the Light of Demographic Change; W. Schmähl: Pension Reforms in Germany: Major Topics, Decisions and Developments; K. Hujo: Paradigmatic Change in Old-Age Security - Latin American Cases.- Old-Age Security in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic: Institutional Legacy, Political Actors and Reform: Z. Czepulis-Rutkowska: The Polish Pension System and its Problems; M. Zukowski: The New Polish Pension Laws; S. Golinowska: Political Actors and Reform Paradigms in Old-Age Security in Poland; R.I. Gál: Hungarian Old-Age Security Prior to the 1998 Reform; A. Simonivits: The New Hungarian Pension System and its Problems; Z. Ferge: The Politics of the Hungarian Pension Reform; M. Mácha: Political Actors and Reform Paradigms in Czech Old-Age Security; T. Jelínek, O. Schneider: An Analysis of the Voluntary Pension Fund System in the Czech Republic.- Central-Eastern European Pension Reforms in Comparison: M. Schrooten, T.M. Smeeding, G.G. Wagner: Distributional and Fiscal Consequences of Social Security Reforms in Central-Eastern Europe; K. Müller: Structural Settings, Poltical Actors, and Paradigmatic Outcomes.