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The 'New' Paternalism, Consultation and Consent: Expectations of UK Participants in Defined Contribution and Self-Directed Retirement Savings Schemes.

Abstract:

Concern about the competence of individual decision-makers has prompted governments and pension plan sponsors to take advantage of the insights gleaned from the behavioural revolution. Auto-enrolment, target-date, and related investment strategies may effectively counter behavioural biases such as inertia and the lack of attention paid to financial planning. Nonetheless, some participants may expect consultation when plan sponsors and management implement 'default' strategies and the like. He...

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10.1057/pm.2008.38

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Journal:
Pensions: An International Journal
Volume:
14
Issue:
1
Publication date:
2009-01-01
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uuid:ff367f60-07b3-41c3-8b86-28f1e5ca2eb3
Local pid:
oai:economics.ouls.ox.ac.uk:14653
Language:
English

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