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Regole pensionistiche e incentivi al prolungamento della vita lavorativa: analisi del caso italiano

  • Fabio Pammolli

    ()

    (IMT Lucca Institute for Advanced Studies and CERM Foundation - Competitività, Regole, Mercati)

  • Pietro Rizza

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    (Banca d'Italia)

  • Nicola Carmine Salerno

    ()

    (EIOPA - European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority)

Il presente lavoro confronta gli incentivi al prolungamento dell'attività lavorativa impliciti nei tre regimi pensionistici attualmente esistenti in Italia: il retributivo (così come modificato dalla riforma "Amato" del 1992), il contributivo a capitalizzazione nozionale (introdotto nel 1995 dalla riforma "Dini"), e quello "di transizione" tra il primo e il secondo. Il confronto è basato su due indicatori: la variazione del tasso di sostituzione netto e la variazione della ricchezza pensionistica netta generati dalla decisione di prolungare l'attività lavorativa. Gli indicatori sono calcolati per prolungamenti da uno a cinque anni.

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Paper provided by Competitività Regole Mecati (CERM) in its series Working Papers with number 06-2004.

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Length: 43 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2004
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Handle: RePEc:ern:wpaper:06-2004
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