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- 1 Introduction: Studying Pension Privatization in Europe
- 2 The Changing Public–Private Pension Mix in Europe: From Path Dependence to Path Departure
- 3 Belgium: The Paradox of Persisting Voluntarism in a Corporatist Welfare State
- 4 France: Promoting Funded Pensions in Bismarckian Corporatism?
- 5 Germany: Departing from Bismarckian Public Pensions
- 6 Italy: From Bismarckian Pensions to Multipillarization under Adverse Conditions
- 7 Denmark: The Silent Revolution towards a Multipillar Pension System
- 8 Finland: From Statutory Pension Dominance towards Voluntary Private Schemes
- 9 Sweden: A Viable Public–Private Pension System<sup>1</sup>
- 10 Britain: Exhausted Voluntarism – The Evolution of a Hybrid Pension Regime
- 11 The Netherlands: Adapting a Multipillar Pension System to Demographic and Economic Change
- 12 Switzerland: Regulating a Public–Private Heritage of Multipillar Pension Governance
- 13 The Governance and Regulation of Private Pensions in Europe
- 14 The Public–Private Pension Mix and Old Age Income Inequality in Europe
- The Varieties of Pension Governance
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