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Die Rentenreformen in den mittel- und osteuropäischen EU-Beitrittsländern

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    Die Rentensysteme der EU-Beitrittsländer wurden infolge des transformationsbedingten Anpassungsschocks einer grundlegenden Neuorientierung unterworfen. Dieser Beitrag analysiert die Rentenreformpfade, die diese Staaten in den vergangenen Jahren eingeschlagen haben, im Lichte ihres bevorstehenden EU-Beitritts. Dazu wird zunächst der Reformkontext - das rentenpolitische Erbe, der Einfluss der wirtschaftlichen Transformation auf die bestehenden Rentenversicherungen sowie demographische Trends - diskutiert. Dann werden sowohl die unternommenen parametrischen Reformen als auch die durchgeführten systemischen Reformen erläutert. Zu Letzteren zählt zum einen die Einführung von NDC-Systemen, basierend auf einem virtuellen Beitragsprimat, und zum anderen der teilweise Übergang vom Umlage- zum Kapitaldeckungssystem. Abschließend werden die vorgestellten Reformpfade und ihre möglichen Implikationen im Rahmen der EU-Osterweiterung diskutiert.

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    Article provided by DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research in its journal Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung.

    Volume (Year): 72 (2003)
    Issue (Month): 4 ()
    Pages: 551-564

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    1. Brixi, Hana Polackova & Papp, Anita & Schick, Allen, 1999. "Fiscal risks and the quality of fiscal adjustment in Hungary," Policy Research Working Paper Series 2176, The World Bank.
    2. Disney, Richard, 1999. "OECD public pension programmes in crisis : an evaluation of the reform options," Social Protection Discussion Papers 20849, The World Bank.
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