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Generation veXed: solving the retirement puzzle
23 januar 2020
This report compares the financial wellness of Generation X to the preceding generation, Baby Boomers and the following generation Millennials. It explores the risks they face in later life and how policy, industry and employer interventions could mitigate these risks.
Gender gap in pensions persist in spite of extended working lives
27 november 2018
The working lives of men and women are almost equally long, but women still get lower old-age pensions than men. The problem lies in women’s lower wages and their work history. Extending working lives alone will not fix the gender gap in pensions, researchers at the Finnish Centre for Pensions argue.
Gender inequalities in employment and pensions
ETK Conference 2018 i Finland 18. mai
10 april 2018
Despite recent efforts to equalize the treatment of men and women in the pension system design in many countries, the gender gap in pensions persists. This gap contributes to old-age income inequality in Europe and beyond.
Goals to extend working life will be concretized in pensions in 2017
15 desember 2015
In recent years in Finland, the extension of working life and the future sustainability of public-sector finances have been topics of extensive discussion. The EU Commission has encouraged Finland to consider linking the retirement age to the extending life expectancy. After the 2005 pension reform, changes in life expectancy were taken into account in the form of a life expectancy coefficient that regulates pension levels.
Gradual Retirement, Financial Incentives, and Labour Supply of Older Workers: Evidence from a Stated Preference Analysis
20 november 2015
Using data from a stated preferences experiment in the Netherlands, we find that replacing full-time pension schemes with schemes that offer gradual retirement opportunities induce workers to retire one year later on average.
Gender Gaps in Pensions Vary Greatly Within the EU
14 oktober 2015
The largest gender gap in pensions are to be found in the Netherlands, where the difference between male and female pensions is almost 50 per cent. The gender imbalance is the smallest in Estonia. Finland is in the middle category compared to other Member States.
Gradual Retirement, Financial Incentives, and Labour Supply of Older Workers
12 oktober 2015
Using data from a stated preferences experiment in the Netherlands, we find that replacing fulltime pension schemes with schemes that offer gradual retirement opportunities induce workers to retire one year later on average. Total life-time labour supply, however, decreases with 3.4 months because the positive effect of delayed retirement on labour supply is cancelled out by the reduction in working hours before full retirement.
Gabriella Sjögren Lindquistfredag, 12 desember 2014
- Age regulations in pension systems and labour market participation
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