Articles - How resilient are the retirement systems to economic crises

As countries around the world grapple with the coronavirus pandemic and economic crisis, policymakers will take a variety of approaches to safeguard retirement systems and savings. Our third and final webinar in this summer's #NestInsightOnline series, explored the impacts of these different policy interventions on the short- and long-term financial health of citizens. Our of international experts: Pablo Antolin, Principal Economist at the Private Pension Unit of the OECD Financial Affairs Division; Karen Andres, Director of Policy & Market Solutions and Project Director of the Retirement Savings Initiative at the Aspen Institute’s Financial Security Program; and Matthew Blakstad, Director of Analysis and Governance at Nest Insight.


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