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Der Nachhaltigkeitsfaktor und andere Formelmodifikationen zur langfristigen Stabilisierung des Beitragssatzes zur GRV

  • Axel Börsch-Supan

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  • Anette Reil-Held

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  • Christina Benita Wilke

    (Munich Center for the Economics of Aging (MEA))

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    Zwei Jahre nach der "Riester-Reform" befindet sich die gesetzliche Rentenversicherung in Deutschland wieder in Reformnöten. Die der Riester-Reform zugrunde liegenden Annahmen über Demographie und Arbeitsmarktentwicklung erwiesen sich als unrealistisch. Ein wichtiger Ansatzpunkt für Reformüberlegungen ist die Rentenanpassungsformel, da Modifikationen dieser Formel langfristig relativ große entlastende Wirkungen auf die Rentenfinanzen bewirken können. Dies liegt daran, dass die Rentenanpassungsformel nicht nur die Rentenzugänge, sondern auch den Rentenbestand betrifft. In diesem Papier werden mögliche Alternativen zur aktuellen Rentenanpassungsformel vorgestellt und ihre unterschiedlichen Wirkungen aufgezeigt. Wir untersuchen insbesondere die selbst-stabilisierende Wirkung des so genannten "Nachhaltigkeitsfaktors", der die Anzahl der Leistungsempfänger und die Anzahl der Beitragszahler systemgerecht als Regulierungsgröße in die Rentenanpassungsformel einführt.

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    1. Bonin, Holger, 2001. "Will it Last? An Assessment of the 2001 German Pension Reform," IZA Discussion Papers 343, Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA).
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    3. Friedrich Breyer & Mathias Kifmann, 2003. "The German Retirement Benefit Formula: Drawbacks and Alternatives," Discussion Papers of DIW Berlin 326, DIW Berlin, German Institute for Economic Research.
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