Cross-National Comparison of Income and Wealth Status in Retirement: First Results From the Luxembourg Wealth Study (LWS)
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Keywordswealth; cross-national; private holdings; Luxembourg Wealth Study; home ownership; asset poverty; elderly; education; differences in wealth; public pension systems;
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