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Welfare Intergenerational Distribution and Households

What does generational accounting tell us?

by Reijo Vanne; Nicola Santor / Carlo Assarri / Maria Cozzolina / Carlo Declich / Veronica Polin
01 October 2003

Welfare Intergenerational Distribution and Households

What does generational accounting tell us?

Reijo Vanne; Nicola Santor / Carlo Assarri / Maria Cozzolina / Carlo Declich / Veronica Polin

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European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes Occasional Paper No. 2, 62 pages

The present work is a collection of the contributions presented at the workshop “Welfare, Intergenerational Distribution and Households: What Do Generational Accounting Tell Us?” held at the Instituto di Studi e Analisi Economica (ISAE) in Rome on 25 May 2002. Its purpose is to take part in the debate on long-term financial solvency of public debt and on the effects of current fiscal and social policies on both interand intra-generational distribution. Particular attention is paid to the effect of public policy on intra-family resources allocation.


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  • Author
    Reijo Vanne; Nicola Santor
    Reijo Vanne; Nicola Santor
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    Carlo Assarri
    Carlo Assarri
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    Maria Cozzolina
    Maria Cozzolina
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    Carlo Declich
    Carlo Declich
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    Veronica Polin
    Veronica Polin
Welfare Intergenerational Distribution and Households What does generational accounting tell us?
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