User menu

Is there a Political Support for the Double Burden on Prolonged Activity ?

Bibliographic reference Casamatta, Georges ; Cremer, Helmuth ; Pestieau, Pierre. Is there a Political Support for the Double Burden on Prolonged Activity ?. In: Economics of Governance, Vol. 7, no.2, p. 143-154 (May 2006)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/140058
  1. Bartels L (2002) Economic inequality and political representation. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Princeton University, Mimeo,
  2. Bénabou R (2004) Inequality, technology, and the social contract. In: Aghion P., Durlauf S. (eds). Handbook of economic growth. North-Holland, Amsterdam
  3. Blondal S, Scarpetta S (1998) The retirement decision in OECD countries. OECD Economics Department Working Papers, 2002, Paris
  4. Boldrin M, Dolado JJ, Jimeno JF, Perrachi F (1999) The future of pensions in Europe. Econ Policy 29:289–320
  5. Conde-Ruiz JI, Galasso V (2003) Early retirement. Rev Econ Dyn 6:12–36
  6. Coughlin P, Nitzan S (1981) Electoral outcomes with probabilistic voting and Nash social welfare maxima. J Public Econ 15:113–21
  7. Dixit A, Londregan J (1996) The determinants of success of special interests in redistributive politics. J Polit 58:1132–55
  8. Gruber J, Wise D (eds) (1999) Social security and retirement around the world. The Chicago University Press, Chicago
  9. Herbertsson Tryggvi Thor, Orszag J Michael, Policy options and issues in reforming European Supplementary Pension Systems, 10.1057/palgrave.pm.5940188
  10. Lindbeck A, Weibull JW (1987) Balanced-budget redistribution as the outcome of political competition. Public Choice 52:273–97
  11. Profeta P (2002) Retirement and social security in a probabilistic voting model. Int Tax and Public Finance 9:331–48