Budget Level of Social Security Pension in Romania Compared to Social Aid Established by the Legislator
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"A Comment on the Place of Funded Pensions in Transition Economies,"
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KeywordsThe social insurance system; social security; pension system; isolation; marginalization; minimum social pensions; social insurance budget; social solidarity allowance; social inclusion; the standard of living; private pension; capital market;
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