Population ageing and pension systems in Latin America

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cepal.callNumberX/C 22(72/2000)
cepal.docTypeRevistas
cepal.idSade20084
cepal.topicEngSOCIAL INVESTMENT/SPENDING
cepal.topicEngPUBLIC INCOME AND EXPENDITURE
cepal.topicEngAGEING
cepal.topicSpaINVERSIÓN/GASTO SOCIAL
cepal.topicSpaINGRESOS Y GASTOS PÚBLICOS
cepal.topicSpaENVEJECIMIENTO
cepal.workareaEngSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
cepal.workareaEngSTATISTICS
cepal.workareaEngPOPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT
cepal.workareaSpaDESARROLLO SOCIAL
cepal.workareaSpaESTADÍSTICAS
cepal.workareaSpaPOBLACIÓN Y DESARROLLO
dc.contributor.authorBravo, Jorge Horacio
dc.coverage.spatialEngLATIN AMERICA
dc.coverage.spatialSpaAMERICA LATINA
dc.date.accessioned2014-01-02T18:42:39Z
dc.date.available2014-01-02T18:42:39Z
dc.date.issued2000-12
dc.descriptionIncludes bibliography
dc.description.abstractThis paper will examine the effects of population ageing on the medium- and long-term evolution of pension systems in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is organized into six sections. After the introductory section, section II provides information on ageing and pension system trends in the Latin American countries, with some references to the international context. Section III gives indicators, data and methods of analysis, and examines the effects of ageing population structures and rising life expectancy on pension system variables: spending on pensions, the financial position, pension liabilities and the implicit rate of return; it also includes a critical analysis of the criteria that are generally used to evaluate the sustainability of unfunded systems. Next, section IV provides a more systematic introduction to the concept of and indicators used for implicit pension debt, gives estimates of the scale of the pension liabilities that have to be made explicit when the switch to a funded system takes place and analyses the effects of the age structure and adult mortality rates in the Latin American countries. Section V looks briefly at the fiscal transition costs that have to be coped with when this type of reform is applied and, lastly, section VI contains a summary and conclusions.
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dc.format.extentpáginas. 119-142
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dc.identifier.unSymbolLC/G.2120-P
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11362/10766
dc.language.isoeng
dc.physicalDescriptionp. 119-142
dc.relation.isPartOfCEPAL Review
dc.relation.isPartOfNo72
dc.relation.isPartOfSeriesCEPAL Review
dc.subject.unbisEngAGEING
dc.subject.unbisEngFINANCIAL STATEMENTS
dc.subject.unbisEngPENSION FUNDS
dc.subject.unbisEngPUBLIC EXPENDITURES
dc.subject.unbisEngRETIREMENT
dc.subject.unbisSpaCAJAS DE JUBILACIONES
dc.subject.unbisSpaENVEJECIMIENTO
dc.subject.unbisSpaESTADOS FINANCIEROS
dc.subject.unbisSpaGASTOS PUBLICOS
dc.subject.unbisSpaJUBILACION
dc.titlePopulation ageing and pension systems in Latin America
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