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Sustainability of the pension system in Macedonia: A comprehensive analysis and reform proposal with MK-PENS - dynamic microsimulation model

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  • Pavle Gacov

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  • Blagica Petreski & Pavle Gacov, 2018. "Sustainability of the pension system in Macedonia: A comprehensive analysis and reform proposal with MK-PENS - dynamic microsimulation model," Finance Think Policy Studies 2018-02/14, Finance Think - Economic Research and Policy Institute.
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    2. Spadaro Amedeo (ed.), 2007. "Microsimulation as Tool for the Evaluation of Public Policies: Methods and Applications," Books, Fundacion BBVA / BBVA Foundation, number 201169, December.
    3. Rafael Gómez & Pablo Hernández de Cos, 2003. "Demographic Maturity and Economic Performance: The Effect of Demographic Transitions on Per Capita GDP Growth," Working Papers 0318, Banco de España;Working Papers Homepage.
    4. Marjan Petreski & Nikica Blazevski & Blagica Petreski, 2014. "Gender Wage Gap when Women are Highly Inactive: Evidence from Repeated Imputations with Macedonian Data," Journal of Labor Research, Springer, vol. 35(4), pages 393-411, December.
    5. Jan Kakes & Dirk Broeders, 2006. "The sustainability of the Dutch pension system," DNB Occasional Studies 406, Netherlands Central Bank, Research Department.
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