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Reports

You are welcome to use the Pensions Policy Institute's research but please reference any material appropriately.We are always interested in ideas and suggestions for topics for future research and Briefing Notes. Please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Luheshi, PPI Deputy Director on 020 7848 3744 or email sarah@pensionspolicyinstitute.org.uk if you have any ideas and suggestions or wish to discuss any of the work we undertake.

 

  • What will pensions cost in future?

    This report highlights the uncertainty in the cost of future pension provision under current policy, how future pension reform could be paid for and how the pensions income distribution could...

    01 NOV 2005
  • PPI/Nuffield Foundation Mid-Project Review

    A mid-project report by the PPI finds broad consensus on the objectives of pension reform even if views differ on exactly how to achieve them.   To download the report, please click here. For...

    02 OCT 2005
  • PPI Assessment of TUC Proposals

    The estimated cost implications of TUC proposals for state pension reform. To download the briefing, please click here....

    01 OCT 2005
  • A Commentary on the Pension Reform Debate

    This is a short paper describing some concerns and contentious issues in the pension reform debate, as at September 2005, sketching out some possible elements of the future system and showing the...

    03 SEP 2005
  • Towards a Citizen's Pension: Final Report

    To download the report the National Association of Pension Funds published, with analytical work carried out by the PPI, please click here.   To download the appendix to the report, please click...

    02 SEP 2005
  • PPI Assessment of EEF Proposals

    The estimated cost implications of the EEF proposals for state pension reform. To download the briefing, please click here....

    01 SEP 2005
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