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Demografia, Occupazione e Produttività in Europa e Us [quarta parte del progetto "Il presente e il futuro del Pay-Go in Italia, Europa e Us"]
[Demography, Employment, Productivity in Europe and Us [fourth part of the project "Present and Future of PayGo in Italy, Europe and Us"]]

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  • SALERNO, Nicola Carmine

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The circular interplay between demography-employment-productivity-PayGo is investigated for Europe and Us. Looking forward to the mid-long run, the paper offers simulations of the burden each effective worker and each active citizen will have to bear to finance via pay-as-you-go public health care provisions and pensions. This paper is completely self standing but, at the same time, it is part of the wider project "Present and Future of PayGo in Italy, Europe and Us". It constitutes the fourth chapter of this project, the first, second and third being uploaded on MPRA as well. Other chapters follow. nicola c. salerno (nicola.salerno@tin.it)

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 51079.

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Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:51079

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Keywords: sustainability; paygo; pay-as-you-go; health care; pensions; Awg; Ecofin; Oecd; Imf; projections; long-term; mid-long term; public finances; public finance; employment; productivity; burden; paygo burden; endogenous growth; endogenous disincentives; multipillar; structural reforms; dependency ratio; dependency ratios; old dependency ratio; old dependency ratios; modifies dependency ratio; modified dependency ratios; interplay between demography; employment; productivity; growth; paygo; welfare system; welfare institutions; Europe; Us; Bureau of Census; Oecd;

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