Il Pay-as-You-Go in Europa attraverso i Programmi di Stabilità. Le risorse che gli attivi/occupati dovranno mettere a disposizione per finanziare il welfare
[The scale of PayGo in the mid-long term projections of Stability Programs of European Countries. How much active people and workers will have to contribute to finance welfare]
AbstractMid-long term projections of the Stability Programs (SP) are elaborated to simulate the burden each active citizen or each worker will have to bear for financing, via pay-as-you-go, public health care provisions and public pensions. It is worth mentioning that projections in the (SP) are those developed by the Ageing Working Group (Awg), a task force Ecofin created in purpose to investigate the effects of population ageing on the sustainability of public finances across Europe. This paper is self standing but, at the same time, is part of the broader project "Present and Future of PayGo in Italy, Europe and Us". All chapters will be collected in a book by Nicola C. Salerno.
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Date of creation: 04 Nov 2013
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