View Full Version : Itulip style analysis of Japan & Europe?

01-13-08, 10:23 PM
The itulip analysis of the growth of debt, the FIRE economy, and the devaluation of the dollar are very compelling. However, if a similar analysis was done for Europe and Japan, how would it look? How would it differ? Can anyone point to a comparative analysis of Europe, Japan, UK and other developed currencies, with regards to their own distributions of debt, unfunded obligations (pensions, health care, etc...), GDP, and projection of age impacts on the economies? Their populations are aging much more rapidly, and as far as I understand, they also carry tremendous amounts of debt and very expensive pension & health costs.

I just can't seem to find the data on the web..... Any help would be much appreciated!