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The Role of Economic Policy in Social Security Reform: Perspectives from the President's Commission
John F. Cogan and Olivia S. Mitchell, published by the Pension Research CouncilLink to more items from this source
Aug. 6, 2002

37 pages. Working paper, temporarily available for downloading. Excerpt: Recently we were asked to serve on the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security ... This paper explains how the Commission arrived at some of its recommendations and the role that economics played in contributing to these recommendations. We describe the key institutional constraints confronting efforts to reform Social Security and how these constraints influenced Commission decisions. [WP2002-13]

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