Cost-of-living escalation of pensions

Norwood, Janet L.
June 1972
Monthly Labor Review;Jun72, Vol. 95 Issue 6, p21
Academic Journal
Focuses on the use of escalation clauses in public and private pension plans that suggest the need for research on differences between the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and a CPI for retired persons. Statistical measurement of changes in the prices of a fixed market of goods and services purchased by urban wage earners; Index weights and expenditure patterns.


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