Reforming Public Pensions

Reforming Public Pensions

Sharing the Experiences of Transition and OECD Countries You do not have access to this content

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07 Jan 2004
9789264105812 (PDF) ;9789264105805(print)

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This conference proceedings provided an opportunity for experts to compare public pension reform efforts in Central and Eastern Europe with those in other OECD countries.  It looks at the reasons for pension reform, policy choices and constraints, the well-being of older people and distributional consequences of pension reform, and implementation of pension reform proposals.
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  • Motivations, Purposes and Processes of Pension Reforms

    The Political Economy of Pension Reform in Central and Eastern Europe; The Political Economy of Pension Reform in Lithuania or Why Pension in Lithuania Has Been Debated for So Long; The Pension System in the Slovak Republic at the Threshold of Reform; Pension Reform in Germany: An Assessement; The Role of the European Union in Pensions...

  • Policy Choices and Constraints

    Reforming Pensions: Myths, Truths and Policy Choices; Fairness Across Generations Requires Partial Funding; Pension Reform in Latvia: Achievements and Challenges; Pension Reform in Slovenia; Financial Constraints and Policy Options: The Pension Reform Process in Italy and its Relevance to Transition European Economies; The Dutch Pension System: Risks and Reform...

  • The Well-being of Older People and the Distributional Consequences of Pension Reform

    Retirement Incomes and Economic Well-Being in Central and Eastern Europe; Pensioner Living Standards in the Russian Federation; The Gender Impact of Pension Reforms: Case Studies of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland...

  • Implementation of Pension Reform Proposals

    Pension Reform in Poland; Some practical issues in the Hungarian Pension Reform; The Role of Private Pensions in the Czech Pension Reform; Contribution Evasion: Implications for Social Security Pension Schemes...

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