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November 26, 2004

Argentina, Chile, And Other Case Studies In Social Security Reform

Tyler Cowen at Marginal Revolution offers a cautionary tale on Social  Security reform from Argentina.

In contrast, Chile, as Cowen notes, is the poster child for succesful Social Security reform.  Here's a description of how it worked, from one of the architects

This link, also provided in the Cowen post is another good source of information about the experience of other countries with  public pension reform (as of 1999).

November 26, 2004 in Latin America/South America , Social Security | Permalink


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