Reforming Public Pensions
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Reforming Public Pensions

Sharing the Experiences of Transition and OECD Countries

This conference proceedings provided an opportunity for experts to compare public pension reform efforts in Central and Eastern Europe with those in other OECD countries.  It looks at the reasons for pension reform, policy choices and constraints, the well-being of older people and distributional consequences of pension reform, and implementation of pension reform proposals.
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Policy Choices and Constraints

Reconciling Short-term and Long-term Objectives You do not have access to this content

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