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La réforme du système des retraites : à qui les sacrifices ?

  • Laffargue, Jean-Pierre
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    Le vieillissement des populations, que l'on observe dans tous les pays industrialisés, déstabilise leur système de retraites. De nombreuses réformes sont en cours de discussion ou de mise en œuvre. Leur but est de redéfinir les modalités des solidarités intergénérationnelles. Jean-Pierre Laffargue montre ici que l'abandon d'un système de répartition à la française en faveur d'un système par capitalisation ne peut résoudre les difficultés nées du vieillissement. Il y aura toujours un sacrifice à répartir entre toutes les générations, vivantes et à naître. Deux choix politiques (et électoraux) sont alors possibles, l'un clairement en faveur des seniors et en défaveur des nouvelles générations, l'autre équilibré. Si l'on en juge par l'évolution des endettements publics, c'est la première voie que des pays comme les États-Unis, l'Italie, le Royaume-Uni ou la France ont d'ores et déjà choisi.

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    This book is provided by CEPREMAP in its series Opuscules du CEPREMAP with number 08 and published in 2007.
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