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Incidencia regional de la seguridad social a partir de los registros administrativos

  • Jesús Salvador Gómez Sala
  • Pedro Antonio Avellaneda Bertelli
  • Mª Mercedes Moreno Domínguez
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    RESUMEN Este trabajo plantea el uso de los registros administrativos contenidos en la Muestra Continua de Vidas Laborales (MCVL) para el análisis económico de la Seguridad Social, en particular se aplica al caso del estudio de la incidencia regional de las prestaciones de jubilación de la Seguridad. En el análisis se emplean medidas de carácter vitalicio, tanto estimaciones de los valores actualizados netos como de las tasas internas de retorno para beneficiarios representativos de las diversas regiones españolas. La pretensión es utilizar la MCVL para inferir algunas informaciones necesarias en ese estudio de incidencia, pero para las cuáles no existen datos oficiales regionalizados, como pueden ser la edad de jubilación, la duración del periodo de cotización y en definitiva del periodo esperado de percepción de las prestaciones de jubilación. ABSTRACT This work intends to use the administrative records contained in the Continuous Sample of Working Lives (MCVL) for the economic analysis of Social Security, in particular it is applied to analyze the regional incidence of Social Security retirement benefits. The study uses life-term measures, both estimates of net present values and internal rates of return for beneficiaries representing the various Spanish regions. The aim is to use the MCVL to infer some necessary information in the study of incidence, for which there are no official data by region; this is the case of retirement age, the period of contribution and ultimately the expected period of retirement benefits perception.Keywords: social security, pensions, territorial incidence, MCVL.

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

    Volume (Year): 04 (2009)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 209-226

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:04:y:2009:p:209-226
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