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Pensiones y distribución regional de la renta. Un análisis desde la perspectiva ciclo vital aplicado a España

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  • Jesús Salvador Gómez Sala
  • Pedro Antonio Avellaneda Bertelli
  • José Sánchez Maldonado
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    Resumen: En este trabajo intentamos analizar el impacto del sistema de pensiones español en la distribución regional del de la renta. Se utiliza una perspectiva ciclo vital para la estimación de los valores actualizados netos y de las tasas internas de retorno para beneficiarios que representan a diversas regiones de España. Aunque en nuestro país el sistema de pensiones contributivas se encuentra centralizado y, por lo tanto, el lugar de residencia del beneficiario no hace surgir discrepancias, observamos desigual incidencia de las pensiones entre las distintas áreas geográficas, que puede ser debida a la existencia de diferencias regionales en la longevidad y en la probabilidad de supervivencia del individuo medio, así como en los períodos de cotización, la edad de jubilación y las cantidades cotizadas a la Seguridad Social. Abstract: The paper tries to analyze the impact of Spanish pensions system in the regional distribution of income. A lifelong perspective is used for estimating the net present values and the internal rates of return for beneficiaries representing various regions of Spain. Although in Spain the contributory pension system is centralized and therefore the place of residence of the recipient makes no difference, the variety of impacts in the different geographical areas may be due to the existence of regional differences in longevity and the probability of survival of the average individual, as well as of periods of contributions, retirement ages, and contributed amounts to the Social Security.

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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 02 (2012)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 15-38

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:02:y:2012:p:15-38

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