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Pension and Retirement Systems Comparation: Southeast Asia Versus Central Asia

Eric Yang


This paper explores the nuanced landscape of government policies on pension and retirement programs in Southeast Asia and Central Asia. Investigating the divergent approaches of these regions, the research delves into cultural, economic, and political factors infl uencing policy formulation. By examining the effectiveness and adaptability of existing programs, this study aims to identify key trends, challenges, and innovations, shedding light on how governments in Southeast Asia and Central Asia navigate the complex terrain of providing financial security for their aging populations. The analysis contributes valuable insights into the diverse strate gies employed by these regions in addressing the evolving needs of retirees.


Pension ; Retirement ; Pension and Retirement Systems Comparation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i35.12510