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Reforma de las pensiones: la experiencia internacional

  • Javier Alonso Meseguer
  • J. Ignacio Conde-Ruiz

Existe una duda razonable de que los países de la OCDE puedan seguir pagando pensiones de una cuantía suficiente a los ciudadanos que se jubilen en las próximas décadas. La dinámica demográfica del envejecimiento de la población (con espectaculares aumentos en la esperanza de vida) y la baja tasa de crecimiento de las economías de la OECD amenazan la sostenibilidad financiera de los sistemas de pensiones implantados después de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Muchos economistas y la mayoría de organizaciones internacionales han propuesto políticas de reforma del sistema para mejorar su sostenibilidad en el largo plazo. Sin embargo, pocas reformas importantes se han llevado a cabo en Europa en la última década (tal vez la única excepción sean Suecia e Italia) y tampoco se han llevado a cabo en España, donde, según las últimas proyecciones de la UE , el gasto aumentará hasta alcanzar el 15,7% del PIB en el 2050. El objetivo de este artículo es realizar un inventario de las principales reformas llevadas a cabo hasta la fecha en los países europeos, y cuáles pueden ser las lecciones derivadas para España.

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