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Social Security, the Financial Crisis, and Lessons from Abroad

January 27, 2009

Jacob Funk Kirkegaard, coauthor of US Pension Reform: Lessons from Other Countries, assesses the vulnerabilities of the US Social Security and pension systems and how other countries are tackling the same problems.





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