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Pension reform and the incentive to work

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As life expectancy increases, so does the importance of a fair pension system that reflects our contribution but won't leave anyone in poverty. Can we create a progressive pension system that doesn't discourage work? Fabian Kindermann tells Tim Phillips how it could be designed. Read more about the research presented and download the free Discussion Paper Kindermann, F and Pueschel, V. 2021. 'Progressive Pensions as an Incentive for Labor Force Participation'. CEPR.

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As life expectancy increases, so does the importance of a fair pension system that reflects our contribution but won't leave anyone in poverty. Can we create a progressive pension system that doesn't discourage work? Fabian Kindermann tells Tim Phillips how it could be designed.

Read more about the research presented and download the free Discussion Paper

Kindermann, F and Pueschel, V. 2021. 'Progressive Pensions as an Incentive for Labor Force Participation'. CEPR.

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