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NHOs pensjons- og forsikringskonferanse 2017

NHOs pensjons- og forsikringskonferanse 2017

fredag, 29 september 2017
  • Det er mange spennende pensjonsprosesser på gang denne høsten, blant annet arbeidet med pensjonskonto og ny IPS-ordning. Disse og flere andre aktuelle temaer blir belyst under årets pensjons- og forsikringskonferanse.

    Årets pensjons- og forsikringskonferanse finner sted på Sundvolden Hotel 21.-22. november.

Pension Rules and Labour Market Mobility

Pension Rules and Labour Market Mobility

mandag, 16 oktober 2017
  • This paper makes use of a natural experiment to examine effects of potential capital losses and general attractiveness of pension schemes on employees' propensity to change jobs.

Earnings test, non-actuarial adjustments and flexible retirement

Earnings test, non-actuarial adjustments and flexible retirement

fredag, 13 oktober 2017
  • In response to the challenges of population aging, many countries have introduced gradual increases of the statutory eligibility age and shut down pathways to early retirement. There are, however, many incentives left which create early retirement, in particular earnings tests and less than actuarial adjustmaent rates, both of which are still frequent in Europe.

The Norwegian Pension Reform: An External Perspective

The Norwegian Pension Reform: An External Perspective

fredag, 13 oktober 2017
  • Like many other developed countries, Norway is facing a rapid ageing of its population that is attributed to both falling mortality and fertility rates in the past and projected life-expectancy increases over the next several decades. According to United Nations (2015), it is projected for Norway that by 2060, the share of the population 65+ will increase to over 25% (from 16% in 2015) and the potential support ratio will drop to 2 people in the labour force for each person aged 65 years and over.

Flexible retirement – a model for the future? Lessons from Sweden, Norway and Finland

Flexible retirement – a model for the future? Lessons from Sweden, Norway and Finland

fredag, 13 oktober 2017
  • This report reviews the change in retirement behaviour in Sweden, Norway and Finland after recent old-age pension reforms and, particularly, how flexible retirement together with the establishment of early old-age pensions has affected pension take-up and at what age do people draw their pensions.

Post-retirement employment: determinants and labor market consequences

Post-retirement employment: determinants and labor market consequences

mandag, 25 september 2017
  • Many studies in the literature on retirement continue to treat retirement as an absorbing state (an individual who is retired will not start working again) and consider work and retirement as mutually exclusive conditions, despite the fact that the post-retirement participation rate has strongly tended upward in the past three decades.

The Effect of Job Mobility on Retirement Timing by Education

The Effect of Job Mobility on Retirement Timing by Education

torsdag, 21 september 2017
  • Job-changing among late-career workers increased steadily from the 1980s through the mid-2000s before declining somewhat in recent years.  This study asks how the rise in job-changing – which seems largely voluntary – affects retirement timing and whether this effect varies by a key measure of socioeconomic status: educational attainment. 

The Mortality Effects of Retirement: Evidence from Social Security Eligibility at Age 62

The Mortality Effects of Retirement: Evidence from Social Security Eligibility at Age 62

onsdag, 20 september 2017
  • This paper examines the link between retirement and health by examining whether mortality changes discontinuously at the Social Security eligibility threshold at age 62.

Do Good Working Conditions Make You Work Longer? Evidence on Retirement Decisions Using Linked Survey and Register Data

Do Good Working Conditions Make You Work Longer? Evidence on Retirement Decisions Using Linked Survey and Register Data

torsdag, 14 september 2017
  • We analyze the potential role of adverse working conditions and management practices in the determination of employees' retirement behavior.

Dangerous Flexibility - Retirement Reforms Reconsidered

Dangerous Flexibility - Retirement Reforms Reconsidered

torsdag, 14 september 2017
  • Flexible retirement is supposed to increase labor supply of older workers without touching the third rail of pension politics, the higly unpopular increase of the retirement age. While this may have intuitive appeal, this paper shows that it might be wishful thinking.