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Sharing Demographic Risk – Who is Afraid of the Baby Bust?

  • Michael Reiter

    (IHS, Wien)

  • Alexander Ludwig

    (MEA, Universitaet Mannheim)

to model correctly the labor market distortions arising from the pension system.

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