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Keynote speech at the Annual Congress 2015 of the Swiss Society for Economics and Statistics on “The Solvency of Pension Systems” Basel, 2 June 2015.

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Kotlikoff, L.J. Pension System Solvency — From Linguistics to Economics. Swiss J Economics Statistics 152, 83–102 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03399423

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