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El papel ineludible de las pensiones privadas en los sistemas de ingresos de jubilacion

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Este trabajo describe la creciente necesidad que los Gobiernos encuentran para reformar los sistemas de pensiones, especialmente a raiz de la reciente crisis financiera y el rapido envejecimiento de la poblacion. El estudio identifica dos tipos principales de las reformas estructurales, la que vincula automaticamente los parametros del sistema publico de pensiones a la demografia o a criterios actuariales, y las que llevan a una sustitucion parcial del sistema de reparto por planes de pensiones privados, y la transferencia de un parte de las cotizaciones a la Seguridad Social a un sistema de capitalizacion basados en la formula de aportacion definida (AD). Mientras que ambos tipos de reforma logran un mejor equilibrio financiero del sistema publico en el largo plazo, su diseno puede tener implicaciones muy distintos sobre suficiencia y equidad que los politicos deben abordar.

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  • Juan Yermo, 2011. "El papel ineludible de las pensiones privadas en los sistemas de ingresos de jubilacion," Working Papers 1110, BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department.
  • Handle: RePEc:bbv:wpaper:1110
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    1. Javier Alonso & David Tuesta & Jasmina Bjeletic & Carlos Herrera & Soledad Hormazabal & Ivonne Ordonez & Carolina Romero, 2009. "Proyecciones del impacto de los fondos de pensiones en la inversion en infraestructura y el crecimiento en Latinoamerica," Working Papers 0921, BBVA Bank, Economic Research Department.
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