Lans Bovenberg

Arij Lans Bovenberg (born June 15, 1958) is a Dutch economist, and Professor of Economics at the Tilburg University and Erasmus University, known mainly due to his contribution to the Dutch debate on population ageing, pension reforms and public finances. Lans Bovenberg was awarded the Spinoza Prize in 2003. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Win win win : if you want to go far, go together / by Bernardus, Daniel, Blanke, Manon, Bovenberg, Lans

    Published 2021
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    Public economics and the environment in an imperfect world /

    Published 1995
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    De cirkel van goede intenties : De economie van het publieke belang. by Teulings, C. N.

    Published 2005
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    Ageing, health and pensions in Europe : an economic and social policy perspective /

    Published 2010
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    Ageing, health and pensions in Europe an economic and social policy perspective /

    Published 2010
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    The future of multi-pillar pensions /

    Published 2012
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