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Umlagesystem versus Kapitaldeckung in der Alterssicherung

  • Siebert, Horst
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Das Umlage- und das Kapitaldeckungsverfahren werden verglichen. Das Kapitaldeckungsverfahren hat eine größere Rendite für den einzelnen und bringt gesamtwirtschaftliche Effizienzgewinne mit sich: Es wird mehr Kapital gebildet, und Verzerrungen am Arbeitsmarkt werden beseitigt. Bei einem Übergang müssen die Altansprüche aus dem Umlagesystem honoriert werden. Übergangsszenarien werden explizit untersucht. Langfristig ist damit zu rechnen, daß das Kapitaldeckungsverfahren eine größere Bedeutung gewinnt.

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Paper provided by Kiel Institute for the World Economy in its series Kiel Working Papers with number 817.

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