How pensions can build America's future

Koelemay, Douglas; Ghilarducci, Teresa
September 1993
Spectrum: Journal of State Government;Fall93, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p6
Academic Journal
Advocates the congressionally chartered Commission to Promote Investment in America's Infrastructure's proposals outlining a set of federal financing tools to bring states into contact with the pool of investment capital controlled by pension funds. Creation of a national infrastructure corporation; Former Louisiana governor Huey Long's issuance of state highway bonds; Focus on refinancing.


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