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The World Bank's Three-Pillar System : Will it Provide Income Security to the World's Aging Population?

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  • James, E
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    This paper summarizes the major findings and recommendations in the World Bank's study of old age security systems - Averting the Old Age Crisis : policies to Protect the Old and Promote Growth. The paper describes the most common problems found with dominant systems today; presents the recommended framework for a reformed systems; and makes some comments on the applicability to industrialized countries.

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    Paper provided by American Institute for Contemporary German Studies- in its series Papers with number 26.

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    Length: 19 pages
    Date of creation: 1997
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:amiger:26

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    Keywords: SOCIAL SECURITY ; OLD AGE BENEFITS;

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