Saving and Social Security Wealth: A Case of Turkey

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H. Yigit Aydede;
(2007)
  • Subject: Social security, Saving, Social Security Wealth

This paper is the first attempt in the literature to investigate the effects of public social security on aggregate consumption in a time-series setting for a developing country, Turkey that has one of the most generous social security systems in the OECD region. In ord... View more
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