Domestic pension funds in Africa: Can they finance the SDGs?
The overall purpose of this evaluation study is to outline the main characteristics of sub-Saharan African pension funds and assess the extent to which they can be further mobilised for investments in the SDGs and long-term economic development of the countries.
The evaluation study is produced by Rasmus Hundsbæk Pedersen and Ole Winckler Andersen, Danish Institute for International Studies (DIIS).
Table of Contents
2. Pension fund systems and their reform in Africa
3. Size and investment practices of local pension funds in sub-Saharan Africa
4. Management capacity and the political economy of pension fund investments
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This page forms part of the publication "Domestic pension funds in Africa: Can they finance the SDGs? – January 2020" as the Frontpage.
Version no. 1.0, 2020-03-22
Publication may be found at the address http://www.netpublikationer.dk/um/eval_domestic_pension_funds_africa_jan2020/index.html