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Employment rates of workers aged 55-64, Italy and the euro area

Quantitative easing and the problem with pensions

European central banks’ quantitative easing policies have not only allowed governments to avoid reforming inefficient public pension programs, they have made private systems far less profitable. As a result, a huge financial burden is put on the young, who may soon decide their future retirement is a relevant political issue.

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