The Retirement of the Migrant Labor Force: Pension Portability and Beyond
The specificities of the workforce with a migrant background are often neglected in studies of retirement. Similarly, many studies of migrationÂ¡Â¯s impact on pensions often focus on aggregate outcomes Â¨C system sustainability or distributive characteristics. The present paper provides a fresh look at the nexus between these two literatures. It discusses the impact of the European social security coordination mechanisms on individual decisionÂ©\making and on the functioning of social security systems Â¨C with a focus on retirement. The paper argues that such effects are nonÂ©\negligible and are likely to have major policy consequences.
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