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Un modèle de carrières types dynamiques pondérées pour le Régime général d’assurance vieillesse : une application aux conséquences de la réforme de 2003

  • Briard, Karine
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    The heterogeneity of private-sector career paths raises many problems for estimating future retirees’pensions, which are calculated according to complex rules. Using a projection model based on typical and weighted career profiles, we can grasp the mechanisms involved and assess intra- and intergenerational disparities. Our study of the effects of France’s latest pension reform illustrates the potential of such a model.

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    Date of creation: 2009
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    Publication status: Published in Economie et Prévision, 2009, Vol. 2009/1, no. 187. pp. 47-64.Length: 17 pages
    Handle: RePEc:dau:papers:123456789/6330
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