Pension-age populations in developed and transitional countries are set to boom in the future. The Czech Republic-and other Visegrad states- are no exception to that trend, but their state-managed pension schemes may buckle under the increase unless private pension funds come to the rescue by Tomas Jelinek and Ondrej Schneider AT first glance, the Czech […]

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