Appendix I: The Pension System in Slovenia
Appendix II: Generational Accounting Model
Appendix IV: Pension Projections
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Prepared by Anita Tuladhar. The author thanks Mr. Slaven Mickovic of the Ministry of Finance of Slovenia for providing valuable data for the model.
See Chapter IV on “Retirement Incentives in the Pension System in Slovenia”.