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Reforming the public/private pension mix: industrial relations, trade unions and occupational pensions

Reforming the public/private pension mix: industrial relations, trade unions and occupational pensions

onsdag, 28 februar 2018
  • Anne Skevik Grødem, Anniken Hagelund og Jon M. Hippe har sammen med Christine Trampusch vært redaktører for et nummer av Transfer: European Review of Labour and Research.

Special Issue: Occupational welfare – still divisive in welfare states

Special Issue: Occupational welfare – still divisive in welfare states

onsdag, 28 februar 2018
  • Tidsskriftet Social Policy & Administration har publisert et spesialnummer med tittelen: Occupational welfare – still divisive in welfare states

Partial retirement: effects on employment and implications for government budgets

Partial retirement: effects on employment and implications for government budgets

onsdag, 28 februar 2018
  • The demographic change is posing many challenges for government budgets. In the face of a shrinking work force, keeping the number of workers and thus pension contributors at the highest possible level is a key economic policy goal.

Retirement Behavior in the U.S. and Europe

Retirement Behavior in the U.S. and Europe

onsdag, 28 februar 2018
  • In this paper, we develop a retirement model featuring various endogenous exit routes: unemployment, disability, private and public pensions.

Two decades of working beyond age 65 in the Netherlands

Two decades of working beyond age 65 in the Netherlands

onsdag, 28 februar 2018
  • Health trends and changes in socio-economic and work factors to determine the feasibility of extending working lives beyond age 65.

Retirement intentions and actual retirement age: impacts of gender, employment sector and changed life circumstances

Retirement intentions and actual retirement age: impacts of gender, employment sector and changed life circumstances

tirsdag, 06 februar 2018
  • This study focuses on the determinants of employees’ retirement intentions and actual retirement age.

Retirement and Unexpected Health Shocks

Retirement and Unexpected Health Shocks

tirsdag, 06 februar 2018
  • Do people form correct expectations about the impact of retirement on their health? This paper looks at unexpected health shocks that hit people after they retire.

Working environment and work retention

Working environment and work retention

tirsdag, 23 januar 2018
  • The Nordic Council of Ministers funded the project "The impact of the working environment on work retention of older workers" to prepare a comparative overview on the current knowledge on determinants of work participation for older workers in the Nordic countries, with particular emphasis on the impact of the working environment.

Technology and Pensions

Technology and Pensions

mandag, 22 januar 2018
  • Innovative applications of technology for financial services, or FinTech, are already being used to improve communication with consumers and their engagement with their pension plans. This report provides an overview of how technology is being used to improve pension design and delivery and how regulators are managing these changes.

Pensjonsforum 9. februar: Hva skjer med pensjon i andre land – OECD Pensions at a Glance

mandag, 22 januar 2018
  • OECD har et omfattende arbeid med pensjonsspørsmål. De kartlegger pensjonsreformer internasjonalt og utvikler indikatorer for resultatene av disse reformene. I dette Pensjonsforumet får vi besøk av Hervé Boulhol som leder pensjons-teamet i Social Policy Division i OECD. 

Pensions at a Glance 2017

Pensions at a Glance 2017

tirsdag, 12 desember 2017
  • Pensions reforms have slowed in OECD countries but need to continue

    Further reforms are needed across OECD countries to mitigate the impact of population ageing, increasing inequality among the elderly and the changing nature of work, according to a new OECD report.

Is Working Longer a Good Prescription for All?

Is Working Longer a Good Prescription for All?

onsdag, 06 desember 2017
  • Working longer is one of the most effective ways to improve prospects for a secure retirement. It increases monthly Social Security benefits, and shortens the period of retirement that assets need to cover.