EREPJ: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2001)




Maria O'Brien Hylton

Happiness and ERISA: Reflections on the Lessons of Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics for Sponsors of Employee Benefit Plans

Alison M. Sulentic

Insurer Moral Hazard in the Worker's Compensation Crisis: Reforming Cost Inflation, not Rate Supression

Martha T. McCluskey

Breach of ERISA Fiduciary Responsibilities: Who's Liable Anyway?

Susan J. Stabile

Telling the Truth About Golden Handshakes: Exit Incentives and Fiduciary Duties

Lorraine A. Schmall

Investment Without Education: The Disparate Impact on Women and Minorities in Self-Directed Defined Contribution Plans

Jayne Elizabeth Zanglein

Family-Friendly Policies for families with Young Children

Jane Waldfogel

Comparing Apples and Oranges: Some Thoughts on the Pension and Social Security Tax Expenditures

Jonathan Barry Forman

Regulating Pensions in Europe and the United States

Steven L. Willborn

The Future of Private Pensions: Proceedings of the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, Section on Employee Benefits

Kathryn L. Moore
Jonathan Barry Forman
Norman P. Stein

The Future of Fiduciary Issues in Employee Benefit Plans

Professor Dana M. Muir
Jeffrey Lewis

The Future of Private Pensions: It is Not Pretty

Merton C. Bernstein