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Toereikendheid van het pensioen en budgettaire kosten van de vergrijzing - evaluatie van beleidsmaatregelen en van alternatieve scenario’s/Adéquation des pensions et coût budgétaire du vieillissement - impacts de réformes et de scénarios alternatifs
[The adequacy and sustainability of pensions: the impact of pension reform and alternative scenario's]

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  • de Vil, Greet
  • Dekkers, gijs
  • Desmet, Raphaël
  • Festjens, Marie-Jeanne

Since the early 90's, the Federal Planning Bureau assesses the sustainability of pensions in Belgium. Since a couple of years, it uses a dynamic microsimulation model, MIDAS_BE, to assess the development of the adequacy of pensions. This working paper illustrates the possibilities generated by the joint analysis by two different models that are as consistent as possible in terms of their simulation results, hypothesis and assumptions. The impact of scenario's and some recent policy changes are assessed through both approaches.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 29185.

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Date of creation: Dec 2010
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:29185
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