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El Sistema Público De Pensiones En Galicia: Elementos Diferenciales Dentro Del Estado Español


  • Miguel A. Vázquez Taín


Este trabajo analiza el sistema público de pensiones contributivas en Galicia y en el conjunto del Estado español. Aunque el sistema de pensiones es único en España, presenta elementos diferenciales a nivel territorial que singularizamos para el caso gallego. Aspectos como el número y la evolución de pensionistas y pensiones del sistema, su cuantía, su distribución por modalidades y por los regímenes en las que se causan, la tasa de cobertura poblacional, la relación entre cotizantes y pensionistas y, como sistema contributivo, los gastos e ingresos del mismo, son elementos básicos para evaluar la realidad actual y las perspectivas de futuro del sistema de pensiones en Galicia y en el conjunto del Estado. En la casi totalidad de las variables estudiadas, si el sistema se analiza a nivel territorial, Galicia presenta peores indicadores que la media de este. Aunque la estructura económica y laboral, pasada y presente, condiciona la realidad de un sistema de pensiones de reparto, en Galicia incide en mayor medida su estructura poblacional que, de individualizarse y separarse territorialmente del sistema, hipotecaría su viabilidad futura.

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  • Miguel A. Vázquez Taín, 2016. "El Sistema Público De Pensiones En Galicia: Elementos Diferenciales Dentro Del Estado Español," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 25(2), pages 69-86.
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:25:y:2016:i:2_6

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