Are national pension systems efficient if labor is (im)perfectly mobile?

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BREYER, Friedrich, Martin KOLMAR, 2002. Are national pension systems efficient if labor is (im)perfectly mobile?. In: Journal of Public Economics. 83(3), pp. 347-374. ISSN 0047-2727

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