The Resource Social security at 70 : principles, issues and alternatives

Social security at 70 : principles, issues and alternatives

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Social security at 70 : principles, issues and alternatives
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Social security at 70 : principles, issues and alternatives
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eng
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A fundamental element of the debate over Social Security reform is which set of principles should describe the role of the program over the next century. One possibility, which the authors refer to as "collectivist principles," emphasizes the economic efficiency gains that flow from a social insurance program designed to pool various risks across all workers in the economy. A second possibility, which they label "individualist principles," points to potential efficiency gains from reducing the degree of government intervention and increasing individual self-determination
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In: National tax journal. - Washington. - Vol. LVIII (2005), no. 3 ; p. 505-522
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  • Coronado, J.L
  • Smith, P.A
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North America
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English
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social security
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Social security at 70 : principles, issues and alternatives
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