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Micro-Simulation of Social Security Reforms in Belgium

Raphael Desmet, Alain Jousten, Sergio Perelman, Pierre Pestieau

NBER Working Paper No. 9494
Issued in February 2003
NBER Program(s):AG, CH, PE

The present paper analyzes the budgetary impact of various Social Security reforms in the Belgian institutional setting. Our approach relies on parameters that were derived in Dellis et alii (2002) using a micro-modeling strategy. focusing our attention on a hypothetical age cohort, we illustrate the budgetary impact that the reforms considered might have on the budget of the federal government.

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Document Object Identifier (DOI): 10.3386/w9494

Published: Microsimulation of Social Security Reforms in Belgium, Raphael Desmet, Alain Jousten, Sergio Perelman, Pierre Pestieau. in Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Fiscal Implications of Reform, Gruber and Wise. 2007

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