Extending Retirement Age and Increasing Consumption: A Quantitative Assessment

Zhan CAO

Abstract


The quantitative exercises of this paper determine the quantitative expression between consumption and retirement age and are certain that there is positive relation between extending retirement age and increasing consumption.


Keywords


Retirement age; Consumption; Overlapping generation model

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