Pension and Intergenerational Balance – A case study of Norway, Poland and Germany using Generational Accounting
Co-authored with Natalie Laub (Research Center for Generational Contracts, University of Freiburg), Christian Hagist’s paper was chosen as the third rank of this year’s Demography Prize of the FOUNDATION FOR THE RIGHTS OF FUTURE GENERATIONS.
In their paper “Pension and Intergenerational Balance – A case study of Norway, Poland and Germany using Generational Accounting” the authors show the tension between the fiscal sustainability and adequacy of pension reforms using three international cases. The paper will be published in the Intergenerational Justice Review.
More information concerning the award may be found here: