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Benzell, Seth G. Eugene Goryunov, Maria Kazakova, Guillermo Lagarda, Kristina Nesterova, Laurence J. Kotlikoff, and Andrey Zubarev (2015), “Simulating Russia’s and Other Large Economies’ Challenging and Interconnected Transitions”, NBER Working Paper No
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Feldstein, Martin, and Charles Horioka (1980), “Domestic Saving and
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Green, Jerry, and Laurence J. Kotlikoff (2008), “On the General Relativity of Fiscal Language”, in Institutional Foundations of Public Finance: Economic and Legal Perspectives, Alan J. Auerbach and Daniel N. Shaviro, eds., pp. 241–256, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press; http:// www.kot-
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Hagist, Christian D., Stefan Moog, and Bernd R affelhüschen (2014), „Generationengerechte Politik? Eine Analyse der aktuellen Politik der Bundesregierung anhand der Generationenbilanz“, Zeitschrift für Staats- und Europawissenschaften, 12(4), pp. 529–548.
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Hasanhodzic, Jasmina, and Laurence J. Kotlikoff (2013), “Generational Risk – Is It a Big Deal?: Simulating an 80-Period OLG Model with Aggregate Shocks”, NBER Working Paper No. 19179, The National Bureau of
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Judd, Kenneth L., Lilia Maliar, and Serguei Maliar (2011), “Numerically
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Kotlikoff, Laurence J. (1986), “Deficit Delusion”, The Public Interest, 84, pp. 53–65; http://www.kotlikoff.net/sites/default/files/Deficit%20Delusion. pdf.
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Kotlikoff, Laurence J. (1988), “The Deficit Is not a Well-Defined Measure of Fiscal Policy”, Science, 241 (4867), pp. 791–795; http://www.kotlikoff.net/ sites/default/files/The%20Deficit%20is%20not%20a%20well-defined%20 measure%20of%20fiscal%20policy%2C%201988.pdf.
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Kotlikoff, Laurence J. (2002), “Generational Policy”, in Handbook of Public Economics vol. 4, Alan J. Auerbach and Martin Feldstein, eds., pp. 1873– 1932, Amsterdam: North-Holland; http://www.kotlikoff.net/sites/default/ f i le s/Gen Pol ic y.pd f.
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Krueger, Dirk, and Felix Kubler (2006), “Pareto Improving Social Security Reform when Financial Markets are Incomplete!?”, American Economic Review, 96(3), pp. 737–755.
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