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Europäische Rentenpolitik in Zeiten der Wirtschaftskrise. Was junge Beschäftigte heute (noch) von der Rente erwarten können.: MetallRente Studie 2016

Europäische Rentenpolitik in Zeiten der Wirtschaftskrise. Was junge Beschäftigte heute (noch) von der Rente erwarten können.: MetallRente Studie 2016
Europäische Rentenpolitik in Zeiten der Wirtschaftskrise. Was junge Beschäftigte heute (noch) von der Rente erwarten können.: MetallRente Studie 2016
This paper analyses the impact on young people of pension reforms in the EU since 2002. It shows retrenchment, implying that young adults would need to save significantly more voluntarily to preserve the level of protection that has been customary in the past. At the same time, governments have not transferred the main responsibility for pension insurance to the market, but states continue to impose compulsory saving rules that guarantee future substantial replacement rates for today's young workers.
pensions generosity; youth; savings; Germany; Europe
88-101
Beltz Juventa
Meyer, Traute
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Hurrelmann, Klaus
Karch, Heribert
Traxler, Christian
Meyer, Traute
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Hurrelmann, Klaus
Karch, Heribert
Traxler, Christian

Meyer, Traute (2016) Europäische Rentenpolitik in Zeiten der Wirtschaftskrise. Was junge Beschäftigte heute (noch) von der Rente erwarten können.: MetallRente Studie 2016. In, Hurrelmann, Klaus, Karch, Heribert and Traxler, Christian (eds.) Jugend, Vorsorge, Finanzen: Zwischen Eigenverantwortung und Regulierung - Lösungsansätze in Deutschland und Europa. MetallRente Studie 2016. Weinheim und Basel. Beltz Juventa, pp. 88-101.

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This paper analyses the impact on young people of pension reforms in the EU since 2002. It shows retrenchment, implying that young adults would need to save significantly more voluntarily to preserve the level of protection that has been customary in the past. At the same time, governments have not transferred the main responsibility for pension insurance to the market, but states continue to impose compulsory saving rules that guarantee future substantial replacement rates for today's young workers.

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Published date: 2016
Alternative titles: European pension policy in times of economic crisis: What young workers can expect from their pensions today
Keywords: pensions generosity; youth; savings; Germany; Europe

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Local EPrints ID: 417198
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/417198
PURE UUID: be1a384c-49fe-4c69-8750-9b6693476343
ORCID for Traute Meyer: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0767-8351

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Date deposited: 24 Jan 2018 17:31
Last modified: 07 Aug 2020 01:34

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Author: Traute Meyer ORCID iD
Editor: Klaus Hurrelmann
Editor: Heribert Karch
Editor: Christian Traxler

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