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The Battle Over Private Pensions

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  • Luca Barbone

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Funded, compulsory pension funds are under attack in Europe and beyond. But are recent policy actions likely to improve the lot of future pensioners, or will they turn out to be short-term politically-motivated fixes that ultimately make life harder?

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  • Luca Barbone, 2011. "The Battle Over Private Pensions," CASE Network E-briefs 05, CASE-Center for Social and Economic Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:sec:ebrief:1105
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    1. Canagarajah, Sudharshan & Brownbridge, Martin & Paliu, Anca & Dumitru, Ionut, 2012. "The challenges to long run fiscal sustainability in Romania," Policy Research Working Paper Series 5927, The World Bank.

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