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Kapitalstock und demographische Komponente - Wie kann die Rentenversicherung reformiert werden?


  • Dreger, Christian
  • Kolb, Jürgen


Der Artikel untersucht die Produktions- und Beschäftigungswirkungen alternativer Reformoptionen zur Finanzierung der gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung. Diskutiert werden die Erweiterung der Rentenformel um eine demographische Komponente und die Bildung eines steuerfinanzierten Teilkapitalstocks als Ergänzung zum Umlageverfahren. Kurzfristig verursacht der Aufbau des Kapitalstocks Belastungen. Langfristig überwiegen jedoch die expansiven Effekte, weil die ansonsten notwendigen Beitragssteigerungen unterbleiben.

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  • Dreger, Christian & Kolb, Jürgen, 1997. "Kapitalstock und demographische Komponente - Wie kann die Rentenversicherung reformiert werden?," Wirtschaft im Wandel, Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH), vol. 3(13), pages 9-15.
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:iwhwiw:iwh-13-97-3

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