The Pension System
AbstractThe principles of the pension reform that began in Russia in 2002 have changed more than once in the years since then, taking into account the dynamics of the socioeconomic and demographic situation. Nevertheless, efforts to ensure the stability of the pension system have not been successful up to this point. The article analyzes the basic reasons for the current situation and critiques management decisions in the sphere of pension coverage. It shows the inevitability of making employees themselves more responsible for ensuring that they have acceptable incomes after they reach pension age.
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Volume (Year): 54 (2011)
Issue (Month): 5 (September)
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