Artikler som begynner med P

Pensions and Divorce: what do we know, and what future research is needed?
Pensions and Divorce: what do we know, and what future research is needed?

18 oktober 2021
  • We set out to understand how we might assess the implications of divorce for pension provision and the later life welfare of divorcees in the UK.

Pensjonsforum: Egen pensjonskonto

Webinar 20. august 16 august 2021
  • Egen pensjonskonto ble innført i 2021, og omfatter om lag 1,5 millioner arbeidstakere i privat sektor med innskuddspensjon. I løpet av 2021 skal nåværende og tidligere pensjonsopptjening samles på egne pensjonskontoer, med mindre arbeidstaker reserverer seg mot dette. 1. mai startet den automatiske samlingen av pensjonskapitalbevis. På seminaret gir Finans Norge oss en oversikt over status så langt. Deretter får vi kommentarer fra bransjen og fra partene i arbeidslivet. 

Pension knowledge and the effectiveness of pension reforms
Pension knowledge and the effectiveness of pension reforms

06 mai 2021
  • This study examines how knowledge about institutional settings and their reform affects the effectiveness of those reforms. We examine this question in the context of social security, the largest social insurance program in Europe, by exploiting time and cross-country variation in pension regulations in seven European countries.

Presentasjoner fra møter i Pensjonsforum
Presentasjoner fra møter i Pensjonsforum

31 mars 2021
  • Vi minner om at presentasjonene på Pensjonsforums møter legges ut på nettsiden. Dersom du ikke kunne være med eller ønsker å se presentasjonen igjen kan du finne den ved å gå inn på Foredrag i menyen på nettsiden.

Pensjonsforum webinar 19, februar: Kjønnsgap i holdninger til pensjonssystemet
Pensjonsforum webinar 19, februar: Kjønnsgap i holdninger til pensjonssystemet

09 februar 2021
  • Foredragsholder Ragni Hege Kitterød, forsker I ved Institutt for samfunnsforskning: Kjønnsgap i holdninger til pensjonssystemet – verdikamp eller økonomisk egeninteresse?

Promoting an Age-Inclusive Workforce. Living, Learning and Earning Longer.
Promoting an Age-Inclusive Workforce. Living, Learning and Earning Longer.

27 januar 2021
  • All OECD economies are undergoing rapid population ageing, leading to more age diversity in workplaces than ever before as people are not only living longer but working longer. Greater diversity of experience, generations and skills gives employers an important opportunity to harness the talent that different age groups bring to the workplace and improve productivity and profitability. What can employers do to maximise the benefits of a multigenerational workforce?

Pension Indicators 2020
Pension Indicators 2020

30 november 2020
  • This review has compiled the key indicators used in assessing pension policy. It offers a concise and comprehensible overview of the realised development of the length of working lives, pension levels and the estimated costs of the future development.

Pensjonskonferansen 2020
Pensjonskonferansen 2020

04 november 2020
  • Finans Norge og Handelshøyskolen BI inviterer til den årlige pensjonskonferansen 3. desember. På konferansen setter vi søkelys på egen pensjonskonto og bærekraft.

Pension reform extends working lives
Pension reform extends working lives

30 oktober 2020
  • The majority of older workers defer retirement and continue working in pace with the rising retirement age. Last year, around 45,000 Finnish citizens retired on an old-age pension.

Pension adequacy standards
Pension adequacy standards

29 mai 2020
  • Due to increasing life expectancy pension benefits and savings need to last longer, which casts doubt on the financial security of retirees. Surprisingly, what pension benefit level can be considered adequate remains unclear. In this paper, we propose an identification strategy for the estimation of pension adequacy standards.

Pension Reform and the Efficiency-Equity Trade-Off: Impacts of Removing an Early Retirement Subsidy
Pension Reform and the Efficiency-Equity Trade-Off: Impacts of Removing an Early Retirement Subsidy

31 mars 2020
  • IZA discussion paper by Asbjørn Goul Andersen, Simen Markussen, Knut Røed (The Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research).

    We provide empirical evidence that the removal of work disincentives embedded in retirement earnings tests can increase old-age labor supply considerably, but it does so at the cost of more income inequality.

Physically demanding jobs and early retirement in the Netherlands and Austria: a cross country comparison
Physically demanding jobs and early retirement in the Netherlands and Austria: a cross country comparison

22 januar 2020
  • Background: Given the rise in retirement age and the stricter eligibility criteria for early retirement I analyze the intention to retire early of people in physically demanding jobs in Austria and the Netherlands.