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Basic Issues in Reforming Social Security Systems

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The paper analyses conceptual issues involved in the design and/or reform of social security systems classified in three major groups: general characteristics, costing and operational issues. O paper analisa questões conceituais envolvidas no desenho/reforma de sistemas de seguridade social, classificados conforme três grandes grupos: características gerais, aspectos de custeio e operacionaisO paper analisa questões conceituais envolvidas no desenho/reforma de sistemas de seguridade social, classificados conforme três grandes grupos: características gerais, aspectos de custeio e operacionais..

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  • Francisco Eduardo Barreto de Oliveira, 2015. "Basic Issues in Reforming Social Security Systems," Discussion Papers 0071, Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA.
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