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Quelle politique budgetaire dans une economie vieillissante? Le cas du Japon et un peu de theorie

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  • Artus, P.
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    Nous utilisons un modele theorique a generations imbriquees, avec transferts et depenses publiques pour examiner ce que doit etre la reponse optimale de la politique budgetaire au vieillissement demographique. Nous partons du cas du Japon, ou le vieillissement a entraine une chute de la demande privee et de la productivite et ou il a contribue a l'apparition puis a l'eclatement d'une bulle speculative sur les prix d'actifs. Nous nous interessons en particulier au moyen optimal d'accroitre le bien-etre de la derniere generation nombreuse qui souffre d'une chute de ses retraites par repartition.

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    Paper provided by Caisse des Depots et Consignations - Cahiers de recherche in its series Papers with number 1999-42/ma.

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    Length: 54 pages
    Date of creation: 1999
    Handle: RePEc:fth:cadeco:1999-42/ma
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