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Los determinantes de pasarse de las AFJP al sistema jubilatorio de reparto

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  • Vanesa V. D´Elía

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Previo a la reciente creación del Sistema Integrado Previsional Argentino (SIPA), la Reforma del Sistema Previsional en 2007 representó el primer cambio significativo desde el año 1994. Por primera vez los trabajadores cuyas contribuciones se dirigían al régimen privado de capitalización, pudieron libremente optar por pasarse al régimen de público de reparto. Este trabajo intenta analizar las características distintivas de aquellos que optaron por cambiarse al régimen estatal a la vez que se busca indagar si la conducta de estos individuos se encuentra en línea con la maximización de ingresos de un “trabajador simulado”. El análisis se completa con la estimación de probabilidades de traspaso de individuos con diferentes características.

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  • Vanesa V. D´Elía, 2008. "Los determinantes de pasarse de las AFJP al sistema jubilatorio de reparto," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 386, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:386
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