Demographic Effects on Public Charity to the Aged
AbstractThis study integrates models of income redistribution developed by economists, who suggest that citizens voluntarily redistribute because of interdependent preferences and rely on the state for implementation owing to the public-good nature of ...
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Volume (Year): 17 (1982)
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