OECD Pensions at a Glance
- Frequency :
- ISSN :
- 1999-1363 (online)
- ISSN :
- 1995-4026 (print)
- DOI :
OECD’s biennial report on pension systems across OECD countries. Each edition opens with an overview comparing pension policies of OECD countries and the role of reforms and private pensions. This is followed by a series of country reports analyzing the situation in each OECD country.
Pensions at a Glance 2007
Public Policies across OECD CountriesClick to Access:
- Publication Date :
- 07 June 2007
- Pages :
- ISBN :
- 9789264032156 (PDF) ; 9789264032149 (print)
- DOI :
Government-mandated pension and retirement policies have changed dramatically during the past decade. Pensions at a Glance presents a consistent framework for comparing public-pension policies across OECD countries, as well as reliable data. The report thus provides the basis for not only evaluating existing pension systems, but also designing and implementing future reforms. This second edition updates in-depth information on the key features of mandatory pension systems—both public and private--in the 30 OECD countries, including projections of retirement income for today’s workers. Two new and important sections have been added to this edition: (1) Description and analysis of pension reform in OECD countries during the past decade; and (2) a closer look at the complex range of private, voluntary retirement plans now playing a greater role in pension-provision in many OECD countries. This edition includes StatLinks, URLs under each statistical table and graph linking to Excel ® spreadsheets containing the underlying data.
About the first edition of Pensions at a Glance:
"Pensions at a Glance deserves much more than a glance. It is a compendium of facts and analyses that should inform policy-making and public debate around the world for years to come. By providing in clear and easy-to-understand form a wealth of information about pension systems throughout the OECD, it will make it much harder for even the most insular to ignore the valuable lessons to be learned from the pension experience of other nations."-- Henry J. Aaron, The Brookings Institution
Named one of 12 international "notable government documents" by the American Library Association.