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Az önkéntes nyugdíjrendszer egy egyszerű modellje
[A simple model of tax-favoured retirement accounts]

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  • Simonovits, András

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    A "rövidlátó" dolgozókat a kormányzat úgy tudja saját hibájuk ellen megvédeni, hogy kötelező nyugdíjrendszert vezet be, és a takarékos dolgozók érdekében egy önkéntes nyugdíjrendszerrel egészíti ki a kötelező rendszert. Egy nagyon egyszerű modellben, ahol mindkét rendszer nyugdíjai arányosak a befizetésekkel, három szélsőséges rendszert hasonlítunk össze: 1. A tisztán kötelező rendszert; 2. az aszimmetrikus rendszert, ahol csak a takarékosak vesznek részt az önkéntes rendszerben; 3. a szimmetrikus rendszert, amelyben mindkét típus tagjai a keresetükkel arányosan vesznek részt a rendszerben. A társadalmi jóléti függvényt tekintve a szimmetrikus önkéntes rendszer egyaránt felülmúlja a tiszta kötelező és az aszimmetrikus önkéntes rendszert, amelyek viszont nagyjából egyformák.* Journal of Economic Literature (JEL ) kód: H55, D91.

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    Volume (Year): LVI (2009)
    Issue (Month): 10 ()
    Pages: 851-865

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    1. Simonovits, András, 2013. "Egyszerű paternalista transzfermodellek családja
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