The Fourth Annual
CAPITAL MATTERS: MANAGING LABOR’S CAPITAL
Conference of April 26-28, 2006
Pensions and Capital Stewardship Project
Labor and Worklife Program, Harvard Law School
TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. A. PENSION REFORM IN THE U.K. AND CAPITAL MARKETS
1. “Pensions, Risks, Uncertainties and Capital Markets,” by Adair Turner, Cass Business
School, April 7, 2005 Available at
http://www.pensionscommission.org.uk/publications/2005/cass-7apr05.pdf. Slides available at
http://www.pensionscommission.org.uk/publications/2005/cass-presentation-7apr05.pdf. [p. 9]
2. “The First Report of the Pensions Commission, Executive Summary,” Pensions
Commission, UK, 2005. Available at
http://www.pensionscommission.org.uk/publications/2004/annrep/exec-summary.pdf. [p. 49]
3. “The Pensions Commission’s Key Analytical Findings,” Pensions Commission, UK, 2005.
http://www.pensionscommission.org.uk/publications/2005/annrep/media/analysis.pdf. [p. 52]
4. “A New Pension Settlement for the Twenty-First Century, The Second Report of the
Pensions Commission. Executive Summary,” Pensions Commission, UK, 2005. pp. 1-6
Available at http://www.pensionscommission.org.uk/publications/2005/annrep/executive-
5. “Pensions Commission Interim Report, TUC Response,” Trades Union Congress, UK, pp.
1-2 (Executive Summary). Available at http://www.tuc.org.uk/pensions/tuc-9328-f0.pdf. [p. 58]
6. “Pensions Commission Report, TUC Initial Response,” Trades Union Congress, UK.
Available at http://www.tuc.org.uk/extras/PCSubmission.pdf.
7. “State, Occupational and Personal Pension Arrangements in the United Kingdom,” US-
UK Dialogue on Pensions, July 19-21, 2005, Conference Related Research, AARP, Washington
D.C., pp. 4-5. Available at