ESTUDIOS Y PUBLICACIONES / REFERENCIAS BIBLIOGRAFICAS
Ahorro e Inversión.  
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Alicia Munnel,
Francesca Golub-Sass,
Andrew Varani.
How much is the Working age population saving?. 2005 Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Emma Aguila Vega. Ahorro Privado, Reforma de Pensiones y el Modelo del Ciclo de Vida. Evidencia del IMSS para analizar el caso mexicano. 2005 CONSAR, México (Premio de Pensiones 2005)
Felipe Zurita. Proyección del Fondo de Pensiones y Análisis de su Efecto en el Mercado Financiero. 2005 SAFP, Chile
Pablo Lopez Murphy y Alberto R. Musalem. Pension Fund and National Saving. 2004 Banco Mundial
Kwang-Yeol Yoo y Alain de Serres. Tax tratment of private pension savings in OECD countries and the net tax cost per unit of contribution to tax-favoured schemes. 2004 OCDE
Antonio Vives. Pension Funds in Infrastructure Project Finance. Regulations and Instrument Design. 2004 BID
Barry Bosworth
and
Gary Burtless.
Supply Side Consequences of Social Security Reform: Impacts on Saving and Employment. 2004 Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Dimitri Vittas. Policies to promote saving for retirement: a synthetic overview. 2002 Banco Mundial
Axel Schimmelpfennig. Pension Reform, Private Savings and Current Account in a Small Open Economy I. 2000 FMI
Annamaria Lusardi. Explaining why so many
people do not save.
2001 Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
Eric Engen,
William Gale,
Cori Uccello.
The adequacy of Household Saving. 2000 Center for Retirement Research at Boston College
G.A. Mackenzie, Philip Gerson y Alfredo Cuevas. Can Public Pension Reform Increase Saving?. 1997 FMI