Welfare Effects of Social Security Reforms Across Europe: The Case of France and Italy
This paper uses a calibrated life cycle model to quantify the distributional effects of Social Security reforms. The authors focus on two countries, Italy and France, because they adopted two different strategies to cope with aging. While France marginally modified its defined benefit pension plan,...
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RAND Corporation Publications Department
|Data of publication:||2006/10|
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