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Social Protection Discussion Papers are not formal publications of the World Bank. They present preliminary and unpolished results of analysis that are circulated to encourage discussion and comment; citation and the use of such a paper should take account of its provisional character. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this paper(More)
Social Protection Discussion Papers are not formal publications of the World Bank. They present preliminary and unpolished results of analysis that are circulated to encourage discussion and comment; citation and the use of such a paper should take account of its provisional character. The findings, interpretations, and conclusions expressed in this paper(More)
* The paper was initiated by the office of the chief economist of the World Bank who wanted the key staff involved in pension issues to explain to non-pension Bank staff and the outside world the Bank's policy on pension reforms. The result constitutes a joint cross-sector effort much of which was in addition to regular working hours and has benefited from(More)
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