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by Erik Lüth

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3790814024
Author:
Erik Lüth
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Physica; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2001 edition (June 27, 2001)
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Intergenerational Transfers in a General Equilibrium Setting. Contributions to Economics.

Intergenerational Transfers in a General Equilibrium Setting.

Start by marking Private Intergenerational Transfers and Population Aging: The German Case (Contributions to Economics) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. While the transition's impact on public pension schemes has extensively been examined, its implication for private intergenerational transfers has gone almost unnoticed by the literature

The analysis is based on recent data of the German Socio-economic Panel

In the case of private intergenerational transfers adjustment and distributive consequences hinge on the underlying transfer motives. The analysis is based on recent data of the German Socio-economic Panel. In crosssection regression analysis current wealth holdings are explained by past life-cycle income and transfers received. The results indicate a high propensity to save intergenerational transfers that include real estate.

series Contributions to Economics. While the transition's impact on public pension schemes has extensively been examined, its implication for private intergenerational transfers has gone almost unnoticed by the literature. This study attempts to make up for that gap in the literature.

The German Case (Contributions to Economics). 04 tax deductible donation. Check nearby libraries. Published June 27, 2001 by Physica-Verlag Heidelberg.

Date last revised: 12/16/2005 Population Aging and Intergenerational Transfers: Introducing Age .

5 intergenerational transfers are the outcome of cooperative private and social implicit contracts that are guided by altruism and efficiency concerns (Barro, 1974; Becker and Murphy, 1988; Becker and Tomes, 1976).

Modigliani's attacks seem to us incorrect in most cases and generally fail to address our primary method of determining the importance of intergenerational transfers

Modigliani's attacks seem to us incorrect in most cases and generally fail to address our primary method of determining the importance of intergenerational transfers.

Private asset income in France: Is there a breakdown of intergenerational . Journal of Population Economics, Vol. 31, Issue.

Private asset income in France: Is there a breakdown of intergenerational equity between 1979 and 2011?. The Journal of the Economics of Ageing, CrossRef. Kuhn, Michael and Prettner, Klaus 2018.

Evidence shows population ageing to be historically a product of economic .

Evidence shows population ageing to be historically a product of economic development, closely associated with high living standards and national affluence. In justification for cuts to public programs and the transfer of costs and risks from the state to individuals and families, the projections of social expenditures, in particular those based on ageing, are frequently identified as overgenerous and unsustainable in many G20 countries such as Australia and New Zealand.

In the forthcoming decades the industrialized countries will experience a demographic transition that is unprecedented in history. While the transition's impact on public pension schemes has extensively been examined, its implication for private intergenerational transfers has gone almost unnoticed by the literature. This study attempts to make up for that gap in the literature. It gives a comprehensive overview of private transfer patterns in Germany, extends the methodology of generational accounting to include private intergenerational transfers, and presents a computable general equilibrium model that for the first time allows to analyze various bequest motives in a unified framework.