Robert P. Hagemann
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NBER Working Papers and Publications
|January 1999||Generational Accounts in Sweden|
in Generational Accounting around the World, Alan J. Auerbach, Laurence J. Kotlikoff and Willi Leibfritz, editors
|February 1989||The Dynamics of an Aging Population: The Case of Four OECD Countries|
with , , : w2797
Demographic changes, such as those anticipated in most OECD countries, have many economics effects that impinge on a country's fiscal viability. Evaluation of the effects of associated changes in capital-labor ratios and the welfare and behavior of different generations requires the use of a dynamic general equilibrium model. The 75 generations - 250 year demographic simulation model, presented in Auerbach and Kotlikoff (1987, Chapter 11), has been modified to incorporate bequest behavior, technological change, the possibility that the economy is open to international trade, and government consumption expenditures that depend on the age composition of the population. The model has been further adapted to study the effects of impending demographic changes in Japan, the Federal Republic of G...
Published: OECD Economic Studies, No. 12, pp. 97-130, (Spring 1989).