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A simple model of production and trade in an oligopolistic market: back to basics

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The Logical Sustainability Theory for pension systems: the discrete-time model in a stochastic framework under variable mortality

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Controlling a demographic wave in defined contribution pension systems

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The optimal rate of return for defined contribution pension systems in a stochastic framework

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