ICELAND - The Institute of Economic Studies at the University of Iceland and the research network of the International Network of Pension Regulators and Supervisors (INPRS) have announced two half-day workshops in Reykjavik, Iceland.
On June 7, 2002 the topic will be ‘The Future of Retirement’ while on June 8 ‘Retirement Surveys’ is the title of the conference.
The conference chairmen are Tryggvi Thor Herbertsson, director of the Institute of Economic Studies and Mike Orszag, Watson Wyatt and chairman of the research committee of the INPRS.
The conference venue is the Central Bank of Iceland, Reykjavik. The conference website is at http://www.pensions-research.org/conferences/iceland
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