Investment Beliefs, Risk Management, and Pension Funds


The Rotman International Journal of Pension Management has published 110 articles since 2008. Historical articles will continue to be available online for your access. There is no fee to access or distribute this information.

Table of Contents

Rethinking Investment Beliefs in a Time of Crisis: The Calming Hand of Philosophy

Jack Gray

Do Institutional Investors Have Sensible Investment Beliefs?

Kees Koedijk, Alfred Slager

Integrating Goals, Structure, and Decision-Making at Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Donald M. Raymond

Pension Funds and Incentive Compensation: A Story Based on the Ontario Teachers’ Experience

Robert Bertram, Barbara Zvan

Should Pension Investing be Regulated?

E. Philip Davis, Yu-Wei Hu

Modernizing Pension Fund Legal Standards for the Twenty-First Century

Keith L. Johnson, Frank Jan de Graaf

Three Certainties and a Speculation: Reflections of a Pension Professional

Don Ezra

Pricing Risk in Corporate Pension Plans: Understanding the Real Pension Deal

Theo Kocken, Eduard Ponds, Roy Hoevenaars

Can Pension Funds Hedge Wage Risk?

Carolina Fugazza, Maela Giofré, Giovanna Nicodano