The Role of Global Economy in Financing Old Age: The Case of Singapore
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|Date of creation:||Mar 2002|
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|Note:||April 2002, Revised version of the paper prepared for the international symposium on Pension Reforms in Asian countries, organized by the Hitotsubashi University and the Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo, March 14, 2002.|
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- Robert Holzmann, 2000.
"Can Investments in Emerging Markets Help to Solve the Aging Problem?,"
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- Holzmann, Robert, 2000. "Can investments in emerging markets help to solve the aging problem ?," Social Protection and Labor Policy and Technical Notes 23070, The World Bank.
- Peter S. Heller, 1997. "Aging in the Asian â€œTigersâ€ ; Challenges for Fiscal Policy," IMF Working Papers 97/143, International Monetary Fund.
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