Browsing Rapporti tecnici by Subject "Pensionamento"

Browsing Rapporti tecnici by Subject "Pensionamento"

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  • Holzmann, Robert (2019-07-31)
    Nonfinancial defined contribution (NDC) pension schemes have been successfully implemented since the mid-1990s in a number of European countries (Sweden. Italy, Latvia, Poland, and Norway). The NDC approach features the ...
  • Palacios, Robert (2019-08-01)
    Many public policies are impossible to implement without adequate administrative systems in place. This is true for modern pension schemes and in particular, notional defined contribution (NDC) schemes. Today these systems ...
  • Sandbrook, Will; Ravi-Burslem, Ranila (2019-08-01)
    All UK employers now offer a pension scheme including the use of automatic enrollment. More than 9 million people have started saving into a workplace pension as a consequence. NEST is a pension scheme that any employer ...
  • Price, William (2019-08-01)
    This paper reviews the design of private pensions alongside a notional defined contribution (NDC) – or public – component. A mix of public and private pensions is the best way to deliver a strong combination of five core ...
  • Lis, Maciej; Bonthuis, Boele (2019-08-01)
    This paper explores trends and drivers behind the gender gap in pensions (GGP) in Europe, focusing on countries with notionally defined contribution (NDC) schemes: Italy, Latvia, Norway, Poland, and Sweden. Based on current ...
  • Barr, Nicholas (2019-08-01)
    This paper starts from the fact that women receive lower pensions than men on average, and considers policies to address that fact. Women typically have lower wages than men, a greater likelihood of part-time work and more ...
  • Larsson, Bo; Leyaro, Vincent; Palmer, Edward (2019-08-01)
    About one-half of Africa’s population will remain below age 30 well past 2050, with relatively few aged 60 and older. Using Tanzania’s projected demographics and present economic point of departure, this paper demonstrates ...
  • Chlon-Dominczak, Agnieszka; Gora, Marek; Kotowska, Irena E.; Magda, Iga; Ruzik-Sierdzinska, Anna; Strzelecki, Paweł (2019-08-01)
    The paper focuses on the interrupted careers in four countries where pensions are based on lifetime labor income, but they have different labor market patterns. High levels of employment in Germany and Sweden are in contrast ...
  • Gal, Robert I.; Rado, Marta (2019-08-01)
    This paper shows that as the educational composition in the 55–64-year-old age bracket improved between the mid-1990s and the mid-2010s, the effective retirement age rose rapidly in the Central and Eastern European region. ...
  • Holzmann, Robert; Alonso-Garcia, Jennifer; Labit-Hardy, Heloise; Villegas, Andres M. (2019-08-01)
    A positive relationship between lifetime income and life expectancy leads to a redistribution mechanism when the average cohort life expectancy is applied for annuity calculation. Such a distortion puts into doubt the main ...
  • Holzmann, Robert; Robalino, David; Hernan, Winkler (2019-08-01)
    Defined contribution (DC) schemes – whether unfunded or funded – are often considered superior to defined benefit (DB) schemes in their ability to address labor market issues, particular in encouraging formal employment ...
  • Gora, Marek; Palmer, Edward (2019-07-31)
    This paper defines a universal public pension scheme (UPPS) as a government-mandated lifecycle longevity insurance scheme that transfers individual consumption from the working years to retirement. It discusses the differences ...
  • Genser, Bernd; Holzmann, Robert (2019-08-01)
    Pensions and broader forms of retirement income do not stop at national borders. As part of globalization, individuals increasingly spend part of their working or retirement life abroad but want to keep or move their ...
  • Buchholtz, Sonia; Dominczak, Chlon-Agnieszka; Gora, Marek (2019-07-31)
    Poland’s pension system faces multiple challenges, including accelerating population aging. Early retirement policy aimed at mitigating mass exit from the labor market led to the rise of pension system economic dependency. ...
  • Guardiancich, Igor; Weaver, R. Kent; Demarco, Gustavo; Dorfman, Mark C. (2019-08-01)
    Nonfinancial defined contribution (NDC) schemes offer governments desirable properties in terms of efficiency, fairness, and financial sustainability and an opportunity to deflect the blame for pension cuts. Yet adoptions ...
  • Boado-Penas, Maria del Carmen; Settergren, Ole; Ekheden, Erland; Naka, Poontavika (2019-08-01)
    It is desirable that pension reforms and legislated rules have the backing of the population or at least are accepted by voters. With the objective of achieving “acceptance,” the Swedish Pensions Agency publishes an annual ...
  • Palmer, Edward; Konberg, Bo (2019-07-31)
    Sweden’s reform began with a published sketch in 1992, and developed into nonfinancial defined contribution (NDC) legislation in 1994. This paper discusses the underpinnings of the Swedish NDC scheme’s financial stability, ...

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