Tax, Welfare, and Pension Reforms in Slovenia; Implications for Work Incentives and Labor Participation
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KeywordsEarly retirement incentives; Labor supply; Labor policy; Fiscal policy; Retirement; Pensions; Slovenia; Welfare; Tax reforms; Taxation; Labor participation; pension; wage; benefits; retirement age; National Government Expenditures and Welfare Programs; Social Security and Public Pensions;
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