2 edition of Social security and inequality over the life cycle found in the catalog.
Social security and inequality over the life cycle
|Statement||Angus Deaton, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Christina Paxson.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 7570, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 7570.|
|Contributions||Gourinchas, Pierre-Olivier., Paxson, Christina H., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Downloadable. This paper examines the consequences of social security reform for the inequality of consumption across individuals. The idea is that inequality is at least in part the result of individual risk in earnings or asset returns, the effects of which accumulate over time to increase inequality within groups of people as they :// Social Security and Inequality over the Life Cycle Angus S.
Deaton, Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas, Christina Paxson. Chapter in NBER book The Distributional Aspects of Social Security and Social Security Reform (), Martin Feldstein and Jeffrey B.
Liebman, editors (p. - ) Conference held OctoberPublished in January by University of Chicago Press Get this from a library. Social security and inequality over the life cycle. [Angus Deaton; Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas; Christina H Paxson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] Social security is the largest and perhaps the most popular program run by the federal government.
Given the projected increase in both individual life expectancy and sheer number of retirees, however, the current system faces an eventual overload. Alternative proposals have emerged, ranging from reductions in future benefits to a rise in taxrevenue to various forms of investment-based Get this from a library.
Social security and inequality over the life cycle. [Angus Deaton; Pierre-Olivier Gourinchas; Christina H Paxson; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper examines the consequences of social security reform for the inequality of consumption across individuals.
The idea is that inequality is at least in part the result of individual Health, Income, and Inequality over the Life Cycle Angus S.
Deaton, Christina Paxson. Chapter in NBER book Frontiers in the Economics of Aging (), David A. Wise, editor (p. - ) Published in January by University of Chicago While today's widening inequality may be a temporary episode, the danger is that the current economic divisions may set in motion a self-perpetuating cycle of social disadvantage.
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Inequality in income, earnings, and wealth has risen dramatically in the United States over the past three decades. Most research into this issue has focused on the causes—global trade, new technology, and economic policy—rather than the consequences of inequality. In Social Inequality, a group of the nation's leading social scientists opens a wide-ranging inquiry into the social ?id=ejzK-DLpz9gC.
The Inequality Cycle By Oren Cass. individuals ill-prepared for life and work face limited opportunity, and their ensuing struggles cause further social decay.
Social inequality is Studying inequality in a life-cycle context, Kaplan () evaluates the life-cycle model along various dimensions of inequality using structural estimation techniques on the basis of the PSID and.