16 Jan 2009

What are the consequences of the AWG-projections for the adequacy of social security pensions?

Gijs Dekkers / Simone Tedeschi / Paola Tanda / Viktor Steiner / Michele Raitano / Dirk Hofmann / Johannes Geyer / Raphael Desmet / Maria Cozzolino / Hermann Buslei / Frédéric Verschueren

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European Network of Economic Policy Research Institutes (ENEPRI) Research Report No. 65 / 340 pages

This paper starts by describing the model MIDAS in detail. It next presents and discusses some simulation results for Belgium, Germany and Italy. Finally, the simulation results of two alternative policy scenarios are presented and discussed.

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