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Professional and Personal Relationships with Colleagues ” (forthcoming); “Regenerating the Faculty Workforce: A Significant Leadership Challenge and a Public Policy Concern; ” “New Ways to Phase into Retirement: Options for Faculty and Institutions, ” and

By Martin Conley

Abstract

State legislatures addressed a plethora of topics related to retirement and benefits in 2010. An aging population, the sluggish economy, regulatory requirements, and increased scrutiny of public pension plans explain the flurry of activity. Lawmakers debated contribution rates and funding issues; cost of living adjustments; defined benefit plan changes; defined contribution and hybrid plans; divestment; governance and investment policy; health coverage; legislative process; military service; re-employment after retirement; early retirement incentives; retirement programs for elected officials; ethics; forfeiture of benefits; privacy; contribution returns, and Social Security

Year: 2011
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