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  • Optimal design of the Dutch multi-pillar pension system
    Strategy Organization OPTIMAL DESIGN OF THE DUTCH MULTI PILLAR PENSION SYSTEM Lessons from an international comparison Project Coördinator Marcel Lever CPB Introduction Many countries around the world are striving to build or to reform multi pillar pension systems This project aims to learn from best practices in pension systems around the world focusing on the macro economic aspects of pension systems The project builds on previous research on multi pillar

    Original URL path: http://www.netspar.nl/research_projects_largemedium_vision_projects_optimal_design_dutch_pension_system.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • Pension savings and consumption needs
    Project Archive Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization PENSION SAVINGS AND CONSUMPTION NEEDS OF CURRENT AND FUTURE RETIREES Project Coördinators Marike Knoef RUL and Rob Alessie RUG Introduction Population aging and the financial crisis have raised concerns about the sustainability of our pension and health care system AWBZ Public and private pensions have become less generous the costs of long term care are increasing and house prices are decreasing Currently

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  • Retirement HR and Worker Behavior
    cohort differences Their impact on age at retirement income health and mortality Small Vision Projects Topicality projects MOPACT Project Archive Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization RETIREMENT HR AND WORKER BEHAVIOR Project coordinator Andries de Grip UM Introduction Our project will combine two lines of research The first line of research will focus on how labor supply at older ages responds to changes in pension schemes and how individuals form

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  • Risk Management in Funded Pension Systems
    IN FUNDED PENSION SYSTEMS Project Coordinator Michel Vellekoop UvA Introduction The recent financial crisis combined with ongoing increases in life expectancy has sparked a debate in the Netherlands concerning the future of the Dutch pension system Pension funds regulators policy makers and insurance companies who are responsible for the third pillar in the pension system and PPI s may have to work with newly defined pension contracts new challenges in

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  • Robust Models for Supervision of Pension Funds and Insurance Companies
    impact on age at retirement income health and mortality Small Vision Projects Topicality projects MOPACT Project Archive Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization ROBUST MODELS FOR SUPERVISION OF PENSION FUNDS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES Project Coordinator Frank de Jong TiU Introduction The European Commission has put forward the aspiration to further harmonise supervision on a European level For insurance supervision this has resulted in the Solvency II project which started in 2006 and is scheduled to be implemented in 2014 In the fall of 2011 the Commission has issued a call for advice asking the European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority EIOPA on how to achieve this goal for pension funds Such a harmonization will prove to be a challenge and it may even impact the way pension schemes are designed In a parallel development the new pension agreement in the Netherlands calls for an adaption of the supervisory framework into a new framework provisionally called FTK2 Models for calculating solvency and risks are important ingredients in the new supervisory frameworks However the recent financial crises have clearly demonstrated that models can be wrong Recognizing their limitations is therefore important in designing supervision frameworks While model uncertainty and robustness have been

    Original URL path: http://www.netspar.nl/research_projects_largemedium_vision_projects_robust_models_for_supervision_of_pension_funds_and_insurance_companies.htm (2016-02-10)
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  • A 'second and half' pillar for the self-employed?
    on age at retirement income health and mortality Small Vision Projects Topicality projects MOPACT Project Archive Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization A SECOND AND A HALF PILLAR FOR THE SELF EMPLOYED Project Coordinator Mauro Mastrogiacomo DNB VU A Introduction The self employed on average represent a group that holds more wealth than wage earners that retires later that bears more risk and that has less access to insurance This characterization masks important heterogeneity The number of self employed persons has been rising over time during the past decade in a few countries among which the Netherlands How these people will retire and to what extent policy can or should act to help them retire is a set of issues that is not well understood We argue that an assessment needs to take a comprehensive view of intertemporal labour market and financial behaviour of the self employed and take into account the heterogeneity within the group The present proposal aims at deepening our understanding of choices made the constraints under which the self employed operate and how their preferences can be characterized We emphasize implications for policy issues and institutional design The empirical work we propose uses novel and unique

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  • Flexible combinations of work and retirement
    Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization FLEXIBLE COMBINATIONS OF WORK AND RETIREMENT Project Coördinator Daniel van Vuuren CPB Introduction Our main research question is What is the potential of flexible combinations of paid work and occupational pensions and how does the availability of flexible combinations affect employment and income at old age In the first part of the project we analyse both retirement paths where workers combine part time earnings

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  • Preparing for retirement: tailoring, literacy and effective pension communication
    Changes in retirement policies and cohort differences Their impact on age at retirement income health and mortality Small Vision Projects Topicality projects MOPACT Project Archive Grants Education Network Mission Strategy Organization PREPARING FOR RETIREMENT Tailoring literacy and effective pension communication Project Coördinator Leo Lentz UU and Adriaan Kalwij UU Introduction In recent legal reform initiatives concerning the Pension Law a crucial assumption is that layered and adjusted disclosure will improve

    Original URL path: http://www.netspar.nl/research_projects_largemedium_vision_projects_preparing_for_retirement_tailoring_literacy_and_effective_pension_communication.htm (2016-02-10)
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