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There are 26 references in this bibliography folder.

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Soares, J (2005).
Social Security Evaluation: A Critique
Macroeconomic Dynamics, 9:57-97.

Storesletten, KC and Amir, Y (2004).
Consumption and Risk Sharing over the Life-cycle
Journal of Monetary Economics, 51:609-633.

Stephens, M and Haider, S (2003).
Can Unexpected Retirement Explain The Retirement-Consumption Puzzle? Evidence For Subjective Retirement Expectations
Center for Retirement, Working paper(2003-15).

Feldstein, M and Liebman, J (2002).
Social Security
In: Handbook of Public Economics, ed. by A.J. Auerbach and M. Feldstein, Elsevier.

Gokhale, J and Kotlikoff, L (2002).
The Impact of Social Security and Other Factors on the Distribution of Wealth
University of Chicago Press.

Ball, L and Mankiw, N (2001).
Intergenerational Risk Sharing in the Spirit of Arrow, Debreu, and Rawls, with Applications to Social Security Design
National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER working papers(8270).

Gokhale, J (2001).
Does Social Security Worsen Inequality?
In: Economic Commentary, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.

Bohn, H (1999).
Should the U.S. Social Security Trust Hold Equities? An Intergenerational Welfare Analysis
Review of Economic Dynamics, 2:666-697.

Gertler, M (1999).
Government Debt and Social Security in a Life-Cycle Economy
Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy, 50(1):61-110.

Huggett, M and Ventura, G (1999).
On the Distributional Effects of Social Security Reform
Review of Economic Dynamics, 2:498-531.

No names specified (1999).
Government Debt and Social Security in a Life-cycle Economy
Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy.

Rust, J (1999).
Strategies for Incorporating Risk in Models of Social Insurance
Urban Institute, Washington, D.C.

Shiller, R (1998).
Social Security and Institutions for Intergenerational, Intragenerational, and International Risk Sharing
Northwestern University/University of Chicago Joint Center for Poverty Research, JCPR working papers(43).

Huggett, M (1996).
Wealth Distribution in Life-cycle Economies
Journal of Monetary Economics, 38:469-494.

Wolff, EN (1996).
International Comparisons of Wealth Inequality
Review of Income and Wealth, 42:433-451.

Aiyagari, S (1994).
Uninsured Idiosyncratic Risk and Aggregate Saving
Quarterly Journal of Economics, 109:659-84.

Blanchard, O and Mankiw, N (1988).
Consumption: Beyond Certainty Equivalence
American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings, 78:173-177.

Auerbach, A and Kotlikoff, LJ (1987).
Dynamic Fiscal Policy
Cambridge University Press.

Diamond, P and Mirrlees, J (1986).
Pay-roll Tax-financed Social Insurance with Variable Retirement
Scandinavian Journal of Economics, 88:25-50.

Blanchard, O (1985).
Debt, Deficits, and Finite Horizons
Journal of Political Economy, 93:223-247.

Diamond, P and Mirrlees, J (1978).
A Model of Social Insurance with Variable Retirement
Journal of Public Economics, 10:295-336.

Atkinson, AB (1970).
On the Measurement of Inequality
Journal of Economic Theory, 2:244-263.

Yaari, M (1965).
Uncertain Lifetime, Life Insurance, and the Theory of the Consumer
Review of Economic Studies, 32:137-150.

Samuelson, P (1958).
An Exact Consumption Loan Model of Interest with or without the Social Contrivance of Money
Journal of Political Economy, 66:467-482.

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