Pension Systems in Open Economy
The paper focuses on the effects of the integration in a perfect world capital market of two large economies running respectively a pay-as-you-go and a fully funded pension system. Under the assumption that the pay-as-you-go is in steady state and self financing, the integration causes changes in factor prices and divergent welfare effects both across countries and across generations.
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