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Pension reform, fiscal policy and economic performance

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  • Daniele Franco (editor)


    (Bank of Italy)

The volume collects the essays presented at the 11th Workshop on Public Finance organised by Banca d'Italia in Perugia on 26-28 March 2009. The workshop examined the issue of pension reform with the purpose of highlighting the recent analytical developments and the most relevant policy issues. Session 1 examined the impact of pension reforms on the labour market and their effects on investments in human capital and productivity growth. Session 2 was devoted to the impact of pension reforms on capital markets, and specifically on the effects of funded schemes. Section 3 considered the impact of reforms on income distribution, within and across generations, and macroeconomic developments. Section 4 dealt="" with the political economy of pension reforms and their role in the broader fiscal policy context.

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Paper provided by Bank of Italy, Economic Research and International Relations Area in its series Workshop and Conferences with number 3.

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Date of creation: Apr 2010
Handle: RePEc:bdi:workpa:sec_3
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