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by Miltiadis Nektarios

Download Public Pensions, Capital Formation, And Economic Growth (Westview Replica Edition) eBook
ISBN:
0865319367
Author:
Miltiadis Nektarios
Category:
Personal Finance
Language:
English
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Westview Press; 1 edition (November 25, 1982)
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184 pages
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Personal Name: Nektarios, Miltiadis. Publication, Distribution, et. Boulder, Colo. Westview Press, (c)1982. General Note: Includes index. leave here couple of words about this book: Tags: Atmospheric effects. Dr. Nektarios examines the principles and criteria under lying public pension programs and assesses the effect of these programs on general economic growth.

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by. John Weeks (Author).

Urban Public Pension and Economic Growth in China. Pay-as-you-go financed state pension systems as means for public pension insurance seem to lose their attraction: economic growth is too slow to guarantee an internal rate of return matching the real interest rate. Therefore, efficiency reasons do not justify the introduction of this kind of old age insurance. pension scheme is shown not to be Pareto-improving. Return Expectation Based on Economic Growth and its Implication for Public Pension System.

1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. by Miltiadis Nektarios. Published 1982 by Westview Press in Boulder, Colo. Bibliography: p. 170-180.

Authors and affiliations. 1. aculty of EconomicsUniversity of any. Bibliographic information.

The interrelation between political regimes and economic growth has been one of the major focuses of political economy studies over the last .

The interrelation between political regimes and economic growth has been one of the major focuses of political economy studies over the last several decades. Pioneering works by Schumpeter (1942), Lipset (1959), Olson (1982), Przeworski and Limongi (1993) gave birth and momentum to the enormous and still expanding body of literature.

Public Pensions, Capital Formation, And Economic Growth (Westview Replica Edition)