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PAYG pension systems with capital mobility

Bibliographic reference Piaser, Gwanaël ; Sato, Motohiro ; Pestieau, Pierre. PAYG pension systems with capital mobility. In: International Tax and Public Finance, Vol. 13, no. 5, p. 587-599 (Septembre 2006)
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