Departamento Academico de Actuaria y Seguros
Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM)
Rio Hondo No. 1, Tizapan, San Angel
Mexico DF 01000
Phone (52) 55 5628 4088
Fax Mexico (52) 55 5628 4086
Kevin Dowd, University of Nottingham, UK, Dr.
Steven Haberman, City University, UK, Dr.
John Piggott, University of New South Wales, Australia, Dr.
Robert Holzmann, World Bank, Dr.
Mukul Asher, National University of Singapore, Dr.
Noriyuki Takayama, Japan, Dr.
Stephen J. Kay, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, USA, Dr.
Robert J. Brown, University of Waterloo, Canada, Dr.
Kenneth Buffin, Buffin Partners Inc., USA.
National: Dr. Arturo Fernandez, ITAM, Dr. Enrique de Alba, ITAM, Sr.
Eduardo Silva, Profuturo GNP, Act. Jorge Rendón, Dr. Fernando Solis,
Grupo Bal and ITAM
The Center will be at the forefront of research issues affecting countries
around the world with respect to private and public pension systems. It
will take an interdisciplinary view of the entire range of issues affecting
private pension and social security programs. It will encompass views from
actuarial, economic, legal, financial, marketing, public policy, social,
psychological and other perspectives. It will place special emphasis on
issues affecting Latin American countries. In particular, it will have a
special interest on Mexican issues.
Center has organized nine conferences in the past ten years
Based on the conference presentations, a book was published by the Oxford
University Press in January 2008. The details of the book are here.
The fifth conference was held in February 2007 in Mexico. The
details are here.
The sixth conference was held in April 2008. The details are here.
The seventh conference June 2009. The details are here.
The eighth conference April 2010. The details are here.
This was the Tenth Anniversary conference.
The ninth conference April 2011. The details are here.
The center also produces a series of working papers.
First, an updated version
of a "where to find" paper.(by Tapen Sinha)
Second, a paper on pension
reform in India.(by Mukul Asher)
Third, a critique of pension
reform in Latin America (by Tapen Sinha)
Fourth, a critical look at the Singaporean
system (by Mukul Asher)
Fifth, a timely view of Chinese
reform (by Mukul Asher)
Sixth, an interesting behavioral
perspective on retirement (by Mukul Asher)
Produce a Blog on Pensions