Artikler som begynner med W

Work Less but Stay Longer
Work Less but Stay Longer

18 oktober 2021
  • Working paper by Erik Hernaes, Zhiyang Jia, John Piggott and Trond Christian Vigtel
    Many consider that reducing the eligibility age for pension benefits will discourage labor supply by mature workers. This paper analyzes a recent Norwegian pension reform which effectively lowered the eligibility age of retirement from 67 to 62 for a group of workers.

Work factors facilitating working beyond state pension age: Prospective cohort study with register follow-up
Work factors facilitating working beyond state pension age: Prospective cohort study with register follow-up

25 januar 2021
  • Objectives The demographic changes in Europe underline the need for an extension of working lives. This study investigates the importance of physical work demands and psychosocial work factors for working beyond the state pension age (65 years).

Work Less but Stay Longer: Mature Worker Response to a Flexibility Reform
Work Less but Stay Longer: Mature Worker Response to a Flexibility Reform

01 desember 2020
  • Working paper by Erik Hernaes, Zhiyang Jia, John Piggott and Trond Christian Vigtel.

    Reducing the eligibility age for pension benefits is considered by many as a policy that will discourage labor supply by mature workers. This paper analyzes a recent Norwegian pension reform which effectively lowered the eligibility age of retirement from 67 to 62 for a group of workers.

Will long-run health trends in Europe turn negative?
Will long-run health trends in Europe turn negative?

24 mars 2020
  • Alarmed by the worsening health for middle-aged baby-boomers in the US, we conduct a cohort analysis of health deficits similar to Abeliansky and Strulik (2019) but focus on middle-aged individuals. As opposed to previous findings, we find that health among the middle-aged has stalled, and in some cases worsened, for the more recent birth cohorts.

Working Pensioners in Europe - Demographics, health, economic situation and the role of pension systems
Working Pensioners in Europe - Demographics, health, economic situation and the role of pension systems

24 mars 2020
  • Over the past decades, combining pension benefits with work income has been made more accessible for pensioners in many European countries. The literature on working pensioners choosing a flexible transition into retirement is to date relatively sparse. This article adds to the few cross-country studies and explicitly investigates the role of pension systems in facilitating or hampering flexible retirement.

Will future pensioners work for longer and retire on less?
Will future pensioners work for longer and retire on less?

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?

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.

Working conditions in post‑retirement jobs: A European comparison
Working conditions in post‑retirement jobs: A European comparison

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.

Which Norwegian Enterprises Offer the Poorest and the Best Pension Entitlements?
Which Norwegian Enterprises Offer the Poorest and the Best Pension Entitlements?

14 mai 2019
  • Artikkel av Tove Midtsundstad skrevet som en del av EVAPEN-prosjektet Interactions between national and labour market based pensions in Norway: pension outcomes and policy processes.

    The National Insurance Scheme (NIS) remains the cornerstone of the Norwegian pension system. The introduction of a mandatory occupational pension in 2006, and the restructuring of the contractual pension (AFP) in 2008, have, however, significantly increased the importance of labor market based pensions.

Who opt for a partial old-age pension?
Who opt for a partial old-age pension?

31 januar 2019
  • A study on the factors behind the choice to take early payment of a partial old-age pension.

    This study examines people who have chosen to take early payment of a partial old-age pension. Who among those eligible make this choice?

Wenche Seljeseth

fredag, 11 januar 2019

Working beyond normal retirement age in the Netherlands: The role of mandatory retirement
Working beyond normal retirement age in the Netherlands: The role of mandatory retirement

07 august 2018
  • The Dutch government abolished mandatory retirement for national-level civil servants in 2008, but not for employees in other sectors. This study analyzes whether national-level civil servants have different attitudes and plans about working beyond normal retirement age than employees in other sectors.