Social Security: What Role for the Future?

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Social Security
What Role for the Future?

Edited by Peter A. Diamond David C. Lindeman Howard Young

NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SOCIAL INSURANCE Washington, D. C.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Acknowledgments iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • References 20
  • 1 - Social Security and Retirees: Two Views of the Projections 21
  • 1: Social Security and Retirees: Two Views of the Projections 21
  • References 42
  • References 43
  • References 65
  • References 67
  • References 78
  • References 85
  • 2 - Fund Accumulation: How Much? How Managed? 89
  • 2: Fund Accumulation: How Much? How Managed? 89
  • References 114
  • Selected Bibliography 115
  • Comment by Carolyn L. Weaver 115
  • Comment by Carolyn L. Weaver 120
  • 3 - Reexamining the Three-Legged Stool 125
  • 3: Reexamining the Three-Legged Stool 125
  • References 147
  • References 149
  • Comment by Margaret Simms 153
  • Comment by Howard Young 154
  • 4 - Social Security Income and Taxation: Four Views on the Role of Means Testing 157
  • Martha Phillips 163
  • Martha Phillips 167
  • Martha Phillips 172
  • Martha Phillips 179
  • Martha Phillips 180
  • 5 - Social Security Around the World 181
  • Conclusion 181
  • Comment by Alicia H. Munnell 197
  • Comment by Dalmer Hoskins 198
  • Comment by Dalmer Hoskins 201
  • Comment by Dalmer Hoskins 204
  • Comment by Dalmer Hoskins 208
  • 6 - Social Security Reform in Chile: Two Views 209
  • An Economist's Perspective 213
  • An Economist's Perspective 223
  • An Economist's Perspective 224
  • The Future of Social Security 225
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