|241||Fazekas, K.||Transition of the Hungarian Labour Market- Age, Skill and Regional Differences||January 2005|
|242||Asako, K.||On Consumption Rather than on Production: The Optimal Environmental Taxation of an Open Economy (in Japanese)||January 2005|
|243||Shiohama, T.||Fixed Size Confidence Regions for Parameters of Stationary Processes Based on a Minimum Contrast Estimator||January 2005|
|244||Hayakawa, A.||The 2004 Occupational Pension Reform in Japan (in Japanese)||January 2005|
|245||Hosoya, K.||The Speed of Convergence in a Two-Sector Growth Model with Health Capital||January 2005|
|246||Sekine, K.||Pension Plan Management from the Corporate Management Perspective (in Japanese)||January 2005|
|247||Hagemejer, K.||Accounting for the New Swedish Old-age Pension Scheme: A Comment||January 2005|
|248||Ogura, S.||On a Columbus's Egg: A Comment on Settergern's Paper||January 2005|
|The Rate of Return of Pay-As-You-Go Pension Systems||January 2005|
|250||Nakashima, S.||Actual Conditions of Foreigners' Crime in Japan (in Japanese)||January 2005|
|Demography and Ageing||January 2005|
|Economic Growth with Mechanization of the Production Process||March 2005|
|253||Takayama, N.||Pension Reform in Japan||March 2005|
|254||Ikemoto, S.||The Outlook of the Old-age Pension System in the Czech Republic||March 2005|
|Private Pension Funds in Hungary
|256||Yoshino, E.||Consistently Compromising Reform of the Polish Pension System: from 1999 to 2004||March 2005|
|257||Bezdek, V.||The Public Pension System in the Czech Republic from the Point of View of Public Finance||March 2005|
|258||Yorimitsu, M.||Population Decrease in Japan and Okinawa (in Japanese)||March 2005|
Gal, R. I.
|Fertility Effects of the Pension System and Other Intergenerational Transfers: Test on Hungarian Data||March 2005|
|260||Becker, C. M.
Seitenova, A. S.
Urzhumova, D. S.
|Pension Reform in Central Asia: An Overview||March 2005|
|261||Becker, C. M.
Seitenova, A. S.
|Fertility and Marriage in Kazakhstan’s Transition Period: Implications for Social Security Policy||March 2005|
|Pension Reform in Russia||March 2005|
|263||Kuboniwa, M.||Russia’s Population Crises in the 1990s and the Long Run: How can We Dream with Russia?||March 2005|
|264||Sun, W.||Making a Multi-Cultural Local Community: A Case of Ohkubo (in Japanese)||March 2005|
|265||Góra, M.||Pension Expenditure as the Part of GDP: Social Security vs. Economic Growth||March 2005|
|266||Kupiszewski, M.||Migration in Poland in the Period of Transition: the Adjustment to the Labour Market Change||March 2005|
|267||Sinyaskaya, O.||Pension Reform in Russia: A Challenge of Low Pension Age||March 2005|
|Romania's Pension System Between Present Restrictions and Future Exigencies||March 2005|
|269||Szeman, Z.||Social Ageing, the Labour Market and Pensions||March 2005|
|On the Possibility of Foreign Worker's Employment in Japanese Elderly Care Service Sector (in Japanese)||March 2005|
|271||Takayama, N.||Reforming the MP's Pensions in Japan(in Japanese)||April 2005|
|272||Eguchi, T.||The Supplementary Pension System in France (in Japanese)||April 2005|
|273||Takayama, N.||The New World Bank Report on Pensions (in Japanese)||June 2005|
|Sustainability of the Public Pension System in Japan (in Japanese)||June 2005|
|It Takes a Village: Network Effect of Child-rearing||June 2005|
|276||Yoshida, H.||Intergenerational Imbalance and Fiscal Reform in Japan: Approach with Generational Accounting (Abstract Only)||September 2005|
|277||Takayama, N.||Rise and Fall of the Opting-out Plan in Japanese Pensions: A Brief Note||September 2005|
|278||Tamagno, E.||The Canadian Pension System||September 2005|
|279||Hata, J.||The Future of Corporate Pensions and Retirement Benefits in Japan (in Japanese)||September 2005|
|280||Fujimoto, K.||Corporate and Personal Pensions in Germany (in Japanese)||October 2005|
|281||Ozawa, M.||International Comparison of Retirement Benefits Accounting (in Japanese)||October 2005|
|282||Takayama, N.||Social Security Pensions and Intergenerational Equity: The Japanese Case||October 2005|