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Safeguarding out Nation's Nest Egg: Necessary Reforms to our Social Security System

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  • Kobsak Pootrakool

    (Bank of Thailand)

  • Anak Serichetpong

    (Bank of Thailand)

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  • Kobsak Pootrakool & Anak Serichetpong, 2007. "Safeguarding out Nation's Nest Egg: Necessary Reforms to our Social Security System," Working Papers 2007-05, Monetary Policy Group, Bank of Thailand.
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