References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 16 references in this bibliography folder.

Fanti, L and Gori, L (2009).
Population and Neoclassical Economic Growth: A New Child Policy Perspective
Economics Letters, 104(1):27-30.

Yew, S and Zhang, J (2009).
Optimal Social Security in a Dynastic Model with Human Capital Externalities, Fertility and Endogenous Growth
Journal of Public Economics, 93(3-4):605-619.

van Groezen, B and Meijdam, L (2008).
Growing Old and Staying Young: Population Policy in an Ageing Closed Economy
Journal of Population Economics, 21(3):573-588.

Yakita, A (2008).
Sustainability of Public Debt, Public Capital Formation, and Endogenous Growth in an Overlapping Generations Setting
Journal of Public Economics, 92(3-4):897-914.

Brauninger, M (2005).
The Budget Deficit, Public Debt, and Endogenous Growth
Journal of Public Economic Theory, 7(5):827-840.

Ono, T (2003).
Social Security Policy with Public Debt in an Aging Economy
Journal of Population Economics, 16(2):363-387.

van Groezen, B, Leers, T, and Meijdam, L (2003).
Social Security and Endogenous Fertility: Pensions and Child Allowances as Siamese Twins
Journal of Public Economics, 87(2):233-251.

Oshio, T (2001).
Child-Care Reform in Pension System and the Fertility Rate (in Japanese)
Quarterly of Social Security Research, 36(4):535-546.

Chalk, N (2000).
The Sustainability of Bond-Financed Deficits: An Overlapping Generations Approach
Journal of Monetary Economics, 45(2):293-328.

Zhang, J (1997).
Fertility, Growth, and Public Investments in Children
Canadian Journal of Economics, 30(4):835-843.

Meijdam, L, van de Ven, M, and Verbon, H (1996).
The Dynamics of Government Debt
European Journal of Political Economy, 12(1):67-90.

Azariadis, C (1993).
Intertemporal Macroeconomics
Blackwell, Oxford.

Grossman, G and Yanagawa, N (1993).
Asset Bubbles and Endogenous Growth
Journal of Monetary Economics, 31(1):3-19.

Romer, P (1986).
Increasing Returns and Long-run Growth
Journal of Political Economy, 94(5):1002-1037.

Diamond, P (1965).
National Debt in a Neoclassical Growth Model
The American Economic Review, 55(5):1126-1150.

Samuelson, P (1958).
An Exact Consumption-Loan Model of Interest with or without the Social Contrivance of Money
Journal of Political Economy, 66(6):467-482.