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世代会計による高齢化と世代間不均衡に関する研究 : 2000年基準による世代会計推計結果


  • 吉田, 浩


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  • 吉田, 浩, 2005. "世代会計による高齢化と世代間不均衡に関する研究 : 2000年基準による世代会計推計結果," Discussion Paper 276, Center for Intergenerational Studies, Institute of Economic Research, Hitotsubashi University.
  • Handle: RePEc:hit:piedp1:276
    Note: First Draft 2005.08.01, Revised 2005.08.31, Intergenerational Imbalance and FiscalReform in Japan: Approach with Generational Accounting: Japanese Generational Accounting Result of year 2000.

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