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Repercusiones del envejecimiento demográfico sobre el sistema público de pensiones en Castilla y León

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    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada. Avda. Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad de Valladolid. Valle Esgueva, 6. 47011 – Valladolid - España. Telf: (983) 423898 - 185949.)



    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada (Matemáticas). Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad de Valladolid.Valle Esgueva, 6. 47011 – Valladolid - España. Telf: (983) 423898 - 185949.)



    (Departamento de Economía Aplicada (Matemáticas). Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales. Universidad de Valladolid.Valle Esgueva, 6. 47011 – Valladolid - España. Telf: (983) 423898 - 185949.)

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    Los sistemas públicos de pensiones han experimentado en las últimas décadas profundas transformaciones de naturaleza económica, social y demográfica, destacando, entre estas últimas, el proceso de envejecimiento de la población. En este trabajo se analizan los efectos del envejecimiento demográfico sobre el sistema público de pensiones en el ámbito territorial de la Comunidad Autónoma de Castilla y León. Concretamente, se pretende determinar la intensidad de ese proceso de cambio demográfico en la región, efectuando un análisis prospectivo de la evolución de su población, con el fin de comprobar el efecto que dicho fenómeno demográfico tiene sobre la evolución del gasto público en pensiones de jubilación del sistema de la Seguridad Social. Los resultados de este análisis se han obtenido a partir de hipótesis razonables acerca de la evolución demográfica, económica y laboral de la región para el período 2000-2025. Public pension systems have undergone radical economic, social as well as demographic changes during the last decades. Amongst these demographic changes we should point out the process of population aging. This paper analyses the impact of demographic aging on the public pension system in the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León. More precisely, this paper attempts to determine the extent of future demographic aging in that region through a prospective analysis of the evolution of its population and, in order to determine the impact such demographic change has on the public retirement pension system, to estimate the evolution of public pension expenditure. The results of the analysis undertaken in this paper have been obtained based on reasonable hypotheses about the demographic, economic and labour evolution in the region for the period 2000-2025.

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    Volume (Year): 23 (2005)
    Issue (Month): (Abril)
    Pages: 235-253

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