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eBook Pension Reform in the Baltics: Issues and Prospects (International Monetary Fund Occasional Paper) ePub

by Jerald Schiff,Niko Hobdari,Axel Schimmelpfennig,Roman Zytek

  • ISBN: 1557759685
  • Category: Politics and Government
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Jerald Schiff,Niko Hobdari,Axel Schimmelpfennig,Roman Zytek
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Intl Monetary Fund (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 41
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This occasional paper provides an overview of efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension systems, and examines the choices facing these . Jerald Schiff, Niko Hobdari, Axel Schimmelpfennig, and Roman Zytek.

This occasional paper provides an overview of efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension systems, and examines the choices facing these countries in their continued reform efforts. II. Reform of the Pay-As-You-Go Pension Systems PAYG in Early Transition Years Reforming the PAYG System Experience with Reforms to Date.

Upon regaining their independence, the Baltic States inherited the pension system of the Soviet Union. JERALD SCHIFF, formerly Assistant Professor of Economics at Tulane University, is an economist at the International Monetary Fund. Section II examines this inherited pension scheme and initial attempts to reform its shortcomings, which included very low retirement age, complex benefit rules, and lax eligibility requirements. Библиографические данные.

by Jerald Mr. Schiff,Axel Mr. Schimmelpfennig,Niko Mr. Hobdari,Roman Mr. Zytek. Occasional Papers (Book 200). Pension Reform in the Baltics: Issues and Prospects. by Jerald Mr.

International Monetary Fund. This paper uses a consistent method to compare pension benefits in the Baltic states

International Monetary Fund. This paper uses a consistent method to compare pension benefits in the Baltic states. The approach is "microeconomic", looking at individual entitlements under the reformed retirement income regimes. Although price levels and compensation mechanisms differ, the pattern in all three states is to let negotiations between producers and processors set producer prices and to limit the profit mark-up by processors, wholesalers, and.

Part of the Issues in Transition series, this Occasional Paper examines efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension . Unknown Binding, 46 pages. Published January 29th 2001 by International Monetary Fund (first published November 2000).

Part of the Issues in Transition series, this Occasional Paper examines efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension systems and looks at the choices they face. Early reforms were aimed at correcting the flaws of the inherited Soviet system. More recently, all three countries-and many others throughout the world-have turned their attention to addressing adverse Part of the Issues in Transition series, this Occasional Paper examines efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension systems and looks at the choices they face.

Jerald A Schiff & Axel Schimmelpfennig & Niko A Hobdari & Roman Zytek, 2001. Pension Reform in the Baltics; Issues and Prospects," IMF Occasional Papers 200, International Monetary Fund. Handle: RePEc:imf:imfocp:200. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

In recent years, the issue of pension reform has been high on the agenda of many countries.

Pension Reform in the Baltics : Issues and Prospects. This paper examines the relative importance of monetary factors and structuralist supply-side factors for inflation in Pakistan. Jerald Alan Schiff, Axel Schimmelpfennig, Niko A Hobdari, Roman Zytek. A stylized inflation model is specified that includes standar. More).

Axel Schimmelpfennig. IMF Occasional Papers. International Monetary Fund. Entry date (dd-mm-yyyy): Last change date (

Jerald A Schiff; Axel Schimmelpfennig; Niko A Hobdari; Roman Zytek .

Jerald A Schiff; Axel Schimmelpfennig; Niko A Hobdari; Roman Zytek . Cite this publication. select a citation style bibtex chicago ieee science apa cell harvard mla nature acm.

Part of the Issues in Transition series, this Occasional Paper examines efforts in the Baltic countries to reform their pension systems and looks at the choices they face. Early reforms were aimed at correcting the flaws of the inherited Soviet system. More recently, all three countries—and many others throughout the world—have turned their attention to addressing adverse demographic trends by moving toward a three-pillar pension system incorporating a fully funded scheme. The paper emphasizes that while such pension reforms can have significant benefits, they also impose costs and, in any case, do not allow countries to "escape" demographics.