Who benefits from public old age pensions? Evidence from a targeted program
Elliott Fan examines the extent to which the introduction of an important pension reform called the Farmer's Pension Program (FPP) in Taiwan in the mid-1990s induced crowding out of private transfers given to the pension-aged farmers covered by the scheme. Regarding the remaining three eligibility requirements, while the age threshold demanded by the first restriction is exogenous, the second and third restrictions are related to an individual's decision to register as a farmer in order to be...[Show more]
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