Lessons From Italy: A Good Pension System Needs an Effective Broader Social Policy Framework
Daniele Franco () and
Pietro Tommasino ()
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Daniele Franco: Bank of Italy
Intereconomics: Review of European Economic Policy, 2020, vol. 55, issue 2, 73-81
Abstract Italy, which is sometimes considered a laggard in terms of social and economic reforms, can boast a pension system that is, by and large, functioning sufficiently well in terms of ensuring an adequate purchasing power to retirees and a financially sustainable outlook in the long term, even when taking into account adverse demographic developments.
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