Individual Accounts for Social Security Reform: International Perspectives on the U.S. Debate
Turner uses the documented experiences of many countries - including the U.K., Sweden, Chile, Australia, Canada, and others - and the tools of economics to analyze the public policy issues surrounding the proposed implementation of individual accounts as part of the U.S. Social Security system.
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