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A little bit of anarchy does you good

I’m grateful to my Swedish friend Per Andelius for finding this. Provenance has kindly been provided by readers (see comments).

In game theory, the “price of anarchy” describes how individuals acting in their own self-interest within a larger system tend to reduce that larger system’s efficiency. 688 more words


Data should drive AE reform in 2017

We live at a time dominated by data. Never before has data been so readily available to policy makers. But with so much about, it’s the job of those at DWP and tPR to sort out what’s relevant and what’s not – to look at the real time information they have on auto-enrolment and make decisions on what people are – or aren’t doing. 606 more words


"Workie Vicit" - tPR on the state of AE


The Pension Regulator has published its snappily entitled Automatic enrolment commentary and analysis report 2015/16

The first question I asked as I opened its 45 pages was “ 999 more words


Why every firm must pay attention to their pension

The poet  Yeats , concludes a short poem

But I, being poor, have only my dreams;
I have spread my dreams under your feet;
Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.

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The future of NEST

NEST has called for people and organisations to comment on what it should do when the initial surge of auto-enrolment is over. We have already seen rivals to Sage suggesting it remain circumscribed to its current limited function. 1,307 more words


Brexit not AExit

Disruption of auto-enrolment happened way before the recent referendum and is set to continue as one of the many unintended consequences of a leave vote. 688 more words


If your boss doesn't care about your pension , he doesn't care about you.

Popcorn pensions

We’re used to bosses telling us that we’re the company’s greatest resource.Britain is a service led economy and even in an increasingly digital market, the human resource is expensive to acquire and to replace. 960 more words