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Pension Funds and Sustainable Investment: Comparing Regulation in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany

Pension Funds and Sustainable Investment: Comparing Regulation in the Netherlands, Denmark, and Germany

mandag, 16 september 2019
  • The rapid growth in funded pension schemes in the past several decades is an important feature of advanced capitalism. In 2017, pension assets in the OECD were more than USD 40 trillion (OECD 2018), up from USD 24.6 trillion in 2006 (OECD 2007, p.3).

The effect of demographic developments and growth on the optimal statutory retirement age

The effect of demographic developments and growth on the optimal statutory retirement age

mandag, 16 september 2019
  • This paper develops a stylized model that can serve as an instrument to assess how long term trends as demographic change and rising living standards affect the optimal future rise of the statutory retirement age (sra) in the Netherlands. As yet there is no such instrument.

Pensjonsforum 30. august 2019: Garanterte pensjonsprodukter

Pensjonsforum 30. august 2019: Garanterte pensjonsprodukter

fredag, 16 august 2019
  • Høsten 2018 la en arbeidsgruppe nedsatt av Finansdepartementet fram forslag til endringer i regelverket for garanterte pensjonsprodukter. Forslagene er nå vurdert av Finanstilsynet i høringsnotat av 3. juli 2019. Pensjonsforum inviterer til seminar 30. august hvor Finanstilsynet redegjør for sine forslag og vurderinger. I tillegg får vi kommentarer fra Finansnæringen og representanter fra partene i arbeidslivet.

Understanding the Gender Pensions Gap

Understanding the Gender Pensions Gap

fredag, 16 august 2019
  • This report focuses on the pension savings gap between men and women and the major contributing factors to this differences. It analyses of the reasons why such factors cause differences in the amount contributed into a pension and also explores the impact a range of potential policies have on bridging the gap.

HR policy plays important role in preventing early exit of elderly employees with health problems

HR policy plays important role in preventing early exit of elderly employees with health problems

onsdag, 31 juli 2019
  • Personal and work-related predictors of early exit from paid work among older workers with health limitations. Due to the current strict retirement regulations, workers are expected to continue working to increasingly older ages, regardless of their health status. To achieve extension of working lives, insight into both personal and work-related predictors of early exit from paid work (EEPW) is needed.

Will future pensioners work for longer and retire on less?

Will future pensioners work for longer and retire on less?

onsdag, 31 juli 2019
  • This short publication compares income replacement rates provided by pension systems across generations for all OECD countries. While Pensions at a Glance, one of OECD's flagship pension publications, routinely computes future replacement rates based on current legislation, it the first time such an exercise is undertaken from generations who retired about 15 years ago up to generations entering the labour market now.

Working Beyond Retirement Age: What Do Employers, Employees, and Independent Contractors Think?

Working Beyond Retirement Age: What Do Employers, Employees, and Independent Contractors Think?

onsdag, 26 juni 2019
  • The impact of raising the state retirement age is felt by employers, older employees and self-employed people in the Netherlands. The first two groups are mainly concerned.

Mortality by socio-economic class and its impact on the retirement schemes: How to render the systems fairer?

Mortality by socio-economic class and its impact on the retirement schemes: How to render the systems fairer?

onsdag, 26 juni 2019
  • Many OECD countries have addressed the issue of increased longevity by mainly increasing the retirement age. However, this kind of reforms may lead to substantial transfers from those with shorter lifespans to those that will live longer than the average, as they do not necessarily take into account the socio-economic differences in mortality.

Retirement intentions of the Finnish self-employed – Do working conditions and pension adequacy make a difference?

Retirement intentions of the Finnish self-employed – Do working conditions and pension adequacy make a difference?

onsdag, 26 juni 2019
  • In this report, we review the intentions to retire or continue working among the Finnish self-employed persons.

     We also look at the reasons why they stop or continue working.

Working conditions in post‑retirement jobs: A European comparison

Working conditions in post‑retirement jobs: A European comparison

fredag, 21 juni 2019
  • A relatively new phenomenon in the Netherlands, as well as in other Western countries, is the emergence of a workforce of retirees. Retirement no longer necessarily means an abrupt and permanent withdrawal from the job market.