"The Wall Street Journal
does a "lessons learned" from the roughly 20 countries that have partially privatized their state pension systems. One: Don't give workers too many choices; they'll screw it up. Another: Going private can add lot of debt, helping to explode the economy. (See Argentina and Bolivia.)"
P.S. Is anyone else upset with Slate's new style of emails that makes you link to the webpage?
-Ziggy Stardust 16:14 EST |