ACKNOWLEDGMENT
This research is part of the Savings, Pensions and Portfolio Choice: International Savings Comparison
Project, supervised by Axel Bo
¨
rsch-Supan (University of Mannheim, Germany). Comments from
Orazio Attanasio, Axel Bo
¨
rsch-Supan, Stefan Ho
¨
derlein, and an anonymous referee are gratefully
acknowledged. We should like to thank Adriaan Hoogendoorn and Klaas De Vos for providing SPSS
programs for the computation of mandatory and notional saving rates.
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