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Author(s):
David Amaglobeli, and Wei Shi
Published Date:
September 2016
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    FISCAL POLICY

    How to Assess Fiscal Implications of Demographic Shifts: A Granular Approach

    FISCAL AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT | INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

    2 SEPTEMBER 2016

    ©2016 International Monetary Fund

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    Names: Amaglobeli, David. | Shi, Wei (Economist) | International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Department.

    Title: How to assess fiscal implications of demographic shifts : a granular approach / prepared by David Amaglobeli and Wei Shi. Other titles: Fiscal policy, how to assess fiscal implications of demographic shifts : a granular approach | How to notes (International Monetary Fund) ; 2

    Description: [Washington, DC] : Fiscal Affairs Department, International Monetary Fund, 2016. | How to notes / International Monetary Fund, ISSN nnnn-nnnx ; 2 | August 2016. | Includes bibliographic references.

    Identifiers: ISBN 978-1-47553-607-2

    Subjects: LCSH: Demographic transition—Economic aspects.

    Classification: LCC HB887.A48 2016

    ISBN 978-1-47553-607-2 (paper)

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