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Abstract. Throughout this paper, we demonstrate the value and importance of reducing inequalities among pensioners, the evolution of the public-private pension mix, and pension reform experiences in OECD countries. Marier and Skinner hold that regardless of the pension regime in place, men receive substantially more from private sources than women. Tompson argues that the current crisis has put great pressure on the finances of pension systems, making reform even more of a priority. Galasso reports that financial crises have sometimes threatened the short-term solvency of some PAYG pension systems. (pp. 270–275)

JEL: G23, H55, J01

 

Keywords: inequality, pensioner, public, private, crisis, system 

MADALINA GIORGIANA MANGRA
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University of Craiova
NATALITA MARIA SPERDEA
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University of Craiova
CONSTANTIN COJOCARU
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University of Craiova
VALENTINA ROBU
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University of Craiova

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