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Social Security's Treatment of Postwar Americans: How Bad Can It Get?

This page contains tables from the Appendix to chapter 6, "Social Security's Treatment of Postwar Americans: How Bad Can it Get?" by Jagadeesh Gokhale and Laurence J. Kotlikoff in The Distributional Aspects of Social Security and Social Security Reform, edited by Martin Feldstein and Jeffrey B. Liebman, The University of Chicago Press, 2002.

The tables are available in their original MS Word format, as a text, file and as individual text files below.


Table 1 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates Men (r=5%)
Table 2 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates Women (r=5%)
Table 3 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates White (r=5%)
Table 4 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates Non-White (r=5%)
Table 5 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates College (r=5%)
Table 6 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates Non-College (r=5%)
Table 7 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates White, College-Educated Men (r=5%)
Table 8 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Lifetime Net Tax Rates Non-White, Non-College-Educated Women (r=5%)
Table 9 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return Men (r=5%)
Table 10 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return Women (r=5%)
Table 11 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return White (r=5%)
Table 12 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return Non-White (r=5%)
Table 13 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return College (r=5%)
Table 14 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return Non-College (r=5%)
Table 15 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return White, College-Educated Men (r=5%)
Table 16 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Internal Rates of Return Non-White, Non-College-Educated Women (r=5%)
Table 17 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates Men (r=5%)
Table 18 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates Women (r=5%)
Table 19 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates White (r=5%)
Table 20 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates Non-White (r=5%)
Table 21 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates College (r=5%)
Table 22 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates Non-College (r=5%)
Table 23 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates White, College-Educated Men (r=5%)
Table 24 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Implicit Wealth Tax Rates Non-White, Non-College-Educated Women (r=5%)
Table 25 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits Men (r=5%)
Table 26 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits Women (r=5%)
Table 27 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits White (r=5%)
Table 28 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits Non-White (r=5%)
Table 29 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits College (r=5%)
Table 30 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits Non-College (r=5%)
Table 31 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits White, College-Educated Men (r=5%)
Table 32 The Impact of Potential OASI Reforms on Average Benefits Non-White, Non-College-Educated Women (r=5%)
 
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