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Reforming Pensions in Europe

Evolution of Pension Financing and Sources of Retirement Income

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Published by Edward Elgar Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Personal Finance - Retirement Planning,
  • Public Policy - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Consumer Finance,
  • Case studies,
  • Europe,
  • Finance,
  • Pensions,
  • Retirement income,
  • Social security,
  • Personal Finance

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGerard Hughes (Editor), Jim Stewart (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11906734M
    ISBN 101843765225
    ISBN 109781843765226

    "Pension Reform in Europe will be of particular interest to students and researchers of European Public Policy, Social Welfare and Welfare States, and International Political Economy."--BOOK JACKET. This book, with its contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in economics and political science, provide insight into the process and progress of European pension reform, for the benefit of the reform agenda in Europe and other regions of the world.

    Get this from a library! Social security pension reform in Europe. [Martin S Feldstein; Horst Siebert;] -- Traz as apresentações e debates de uma conferência realizada em março de em Berlim. Trata da crise na seguridade social na Europa e compara as alternativas de reforma nos sistemas de pensão. The ‘new politics’ of pension reforms in Continental Europe By DAVID NATALI, MARTIN RHODES From the s on, a series of pressures have shaken the social protection structures created and developed in Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

    Pension reform in Europe: process and progress (English) Abstract. Pension reform is an important topic, high on the agendas of most European countries, where countries are profoundly affected by an aging population, the result of lower fertility, and increased life expectancy, changes in family structure, and the effects. The ongoing privatization of pensions--the shift from state to private responsibility for old age retirement income--raises fundamental issues of social and participatory rights. The recent financial market crisis makes the problematic nature of funded private pensions that .


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Social Security in the United States and in Europe is at a critical juncture. Through the essays assembled in Social Security Pension Reform in Europe, Martin Feldstein and Horst Siebert, along with a number of distinguished contributors, discuss the challenges facing Social Security reform in the aging societies of Europe.

A remarkable range of European nations—Germany, France, Finland, the Netherlands, Format: Hardcover. 'Pension Reform in Europe' represents a major attempt to solve this puzzle, with contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in economics and political sciences.

This book shows the current stage of knowledge in the pension area, and indicates areas needing further research. This new book provides a cross-country comparative analysis of the key issues shaping the latest pension reforms in Europe: political games, welfare models and pathways, population reactions, and observed and expected outcomes.

Pension reform has been a top policy priority for European governments in the last decade. Many systems need reform. This book gives an extensive nontechnical explanation of the economics of pension design.

The theoretical arguments have three elements: * Pension systems have multiple objectives--consumption smoothing, insurance, poverty relief, and redistribution. Good policy needs to bear them all in by: This new book provides a cross-country comparative analysis of the key issues shaping the latest pension reforms in Europe: political games, welfare models and pathways, population reactions, and observed and expected outcomes.

Pension reform has been a top policy priority for European governments in the last cturer: Routledge. This book moves beyond technical studies of pension systems by addressing the political economy of pension reform in different contexts.

It provides insights into key issues Reforming Pensions in Europe book to pension policy and its developmental implications, drawing on selected country studies in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.

Request PDF | Reforming Pensions in Europe: A Comparative Country Analysis | This working paper assesses the impact of the economic crisis on European pension systems and provides a comparative. about an single pan-European pension reform, which would weaken the national authorities.

The first Joint Report on adequate and sustainable pensions was pub-lished in This report did not cover the former Communist countries that joined the European Union on May 1, More inclusive Joint Reports have been pub.

This book addresses these issues through a critical appraisal of the practical lessons of public pension reforms over the past decade in Central and Eastern Europe, and how they compare with reforms in other OECD member countries.

Reforming pensions in Europe: a comparative country analysis David Natali, associated professor University of Bologna-Forli & senior researcher at the European Social Observatory (OSE) in Brussels and Furio Stamati, researcher OSE.

The book addresses the models of the new public-private pension mix in Europe, including key issues such as the distributional and gender impacts of reform, and evaluates the performance of private pension provision of the Anglo-Saxon type. "This book is a very useful analysis of diverse types of pension reforms on four continents (Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, and Latin America); it has excellent case studies, and fruitful comparisons between countries and within countries.

The introduction and conclusions by Editor Katja Hujo harmoniously bring the volume together. “As demographic pressures continue to mount, pension reform has become one of the most controversial and important political issues facing Europe’s post-communist nations.

Some East European nations have managed to achieve radical pension reform while others have by: 6. Reforming Pensions in the EU: National Policy Changes and EU Coordination David Natali1 European Social Observatory (OSE), Brussels 25/10/ For the Fundation Francisco Largo Caballero EL SISTEMA PÚBLICO DE PENSIONES DE JUBILACIÓN, DESAFÍOS Y RESPUESTAS IntroductionFile Size: KB.

Pension policy represents in many respects the corner stone of the contemporary European welfare states. And its reform has emerged as a key issue in most of the European countries. This book aims at improving the knowledge of the long-term and more recent evolution of retirement programmes and their regulation at national and supranational level.

Over the past few decades, a wave of pension reform has spread across Europe. Demographic change has challenged future pension finances and pushed governments to bring the uncomfortable issue of reform to the top of the political agenda.

This new book provides a cross-country comparative analysis of the key issues shaping the latest pension reforms in Europe: political games, welfare models and pathways, population reactions, and observed and expected outcomes. Pension reform has been a top policy priority for European.

Abstract. This article, based on two books (Barr and Diamondforthcoming), sets out a series of principles for pension design rooted in economic theory: pension systems have multiple objectives, analysis should consider the pension system as a whole, analysis should be framed in a second-best context, different systems share risks differently, and systems have different effects by.

Using a similar country design, the paper compares four continental European countries with similar reform pressures but different reform trajectories: France, Germany, Italy, and the : Bernhard Ebbinghaus. The OECD Pensions Outlook assesses policy issues regarding strengthening pension systems and, in particular, funded pension plans.

It covers defined benefits and defined contribution pension plans; fiscal incentives to save for retirement; policy measures to improve the financial advice for retirement; annuity products and their guarantees; pension design and financial education; and the.

Pension Reform in Europe represents a major attempt to solve this puzzle, with contributions from leading scholars and practitioners in economics and political sciences. This book shows the current stage of knowledge in the pension area, and indicates areas needing further research.This new book provides a cross-country comparative analysis of the key issues shaping the latest pension reforms in Europe: political games, welfare models and pathways, population reactions, and observed and expected outcomes.

Pension reform has been a top policy priority for European governments in the last decade.“ The Hungarian Pension Reform: A Preliminary Assessment of the First Years of Implementation,” in Social Security Pension Reform in Europe, Feldstein, Martin and Siebert, Horst, eds.

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