Everyone is aware of the serious situation facing many of the nation’s large public pension funds. Some of the problems are of their own making – bad decisions based on bad assumptions exacerbated by bad management and enabled by bad politics. But according to a new report issued just recently by the American Council for Capital Formation (ACCF), at least some of the blame needs to be assigned to fund managers’ investment decision-making.

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