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Germany and Japan. Applying an ordered logit model to individual data from representative public opinion surveys, it is … inclination towards a government-based pension system in the case of Japan but positively in Germany. Other significant influences … are the pensioner status of the respondents in Japan and their political position in the case of German data. …
of the elderly in Japan. Using four waves of individual-level annual data from the Japanese General Social Survey … increasingly more consistent in their support for a government-based social security system in Japan. …
of the elderly in Japan. Using four waves of individual-level annual data from the Japanese General Social Survey … increasingly more consistent in their support for a government-based social security system in Japan. …
of the elderly in Japan. Using four waves of individual-level annual data from the Japanese General Social Survey … increasingly more consistent in their support for a government-based social security system in Japan. -- Livelihood of elderly … ; care of elderly ; public attitudes ; aging societies ; Japan …
Rente mit 67 wurden in Deutschland in den letzten Jahren umfangreiche Rentenreformen verabschiedet. Diese jüngsten Maßnahmen … factor and the increase of the statutory retirement age comprehensive pension reforms have been adopted in Germany in recent …
of expected pension receipt. Current pension policy in Germany runs counter to this insight, though, leading to even …
Pension economics has traditionally guided pension policy with the help of formal models based on individuals who think in a life cycle context with perfect foresight, full information, and in a time-consistent manner. This paper sheds light on selected aspects of pension economics when these...
This paper studies the transmission mechanism from family culture to economic institutions, by analyzing the impact of the within family organization on the original design of the public pension systems. We build a simple OLG model with families featuring either weak or strong internal ties....