Las reformas necesarias en el sistema de pensiones contributivas en España
[Reforming the Spanish contributory pension system]
The debate on the reform of the pension system in Spain is not very lively, in contrast with the international experience. The Spanish economic boom since the mis nineties, the slowdown in the number of pensioners due to the retirement of the cohorts born during the Civil War, and the outstanding immigration flows have contributed to a transitory strengh of Social Security accounts. The paper aims at extending and fostering this public debate. We present an evaluation of the contriburoty pension system in Spain until 2059, based on recent demographic projections. We propose a set of simple indicators to evaluate periodically the situation and perspectives of the Social Security system. And we elaborate on the main reforms that may balance the Social Security Accounts, already implemented in Europe.
|Date of creation:||01 Feb 2006|
|Date of revision:||01 Mar 2006|
|Publication status:||Published in Moneda y Credito 222 (2006): pp. 313-340|
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