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Challenges facing the old-age pension system in the Western Balkans
Xhumari, Merita. University of Tirana. Albania.
The main hypothesis raised in my research is: the Western Balkan countries, despite inheriting very similar pension systems, are reforming them usi...
Basic solidarity old‐age pensions: An impact assessment on the standard of living of beneficiaries
Bustos, Marta. Marlene Araya Cuello. Universidad de Valparaiso. Chile.
In March 2008, a new law was passed in Chile, Law 20255, reforming the pensions system. One of the guidelines of this reform gave rise, amongst oth...
Reforming the financing of pension systems: New challenges and implementation in the case of Tunisia
Chekki Cherni, Houyem. Tahar Abdessalem. Université de la Manouba. Faculté des sciences économique et de gestion de Tunis.Tunisie.
This paper develops a general model that can include various generations to measure the consequences of demographic transition in Tunisia and compa...
The economic and financial crisis: The explosion of social deficits and the challenges of an alternative reform of the financing of renewed social protection
Mills, Catherine. Université de Paris I. France.
Our research analyses the causes of the explosion in the financial imbalance of social security and its relationship with the new phase of the syst...
The role of pension funds as institutional investors in Tanzania: Challenges and opportunities
Baruti, Elias E.M. The Local Authorities Pension Fund. United Republic of Tanzania.
Multiple crises compel Social Security Institutions (SSIs) to be more responsive by adopting and implementing measures that aim at addressing the s...