Government Deficits in an Aging Japan

  • Ryuta Ray Kato
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Part of the Research Monographs in Japan-U.S. Business & Economics book series (JUSB, volume 7)

Abstract

This chapter examines the effects of government deficits and public pension policies on the tax burden, capital accumulation and economic welfare in the transition to an aging Japan by applying a simulated method in the expanded life cyclegeneral equilibrium growth model.

Keywords

Government Debt Public Pension Government Deficit Public Pension Fund High Steady State Level 
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