Pension systems

What's new

  • Pensions at a Glance

    The 10-year anniversary edition of Pensions at a Glance highlights the pension reforms undertaken by OECD and G20 countries over the last two years. Two special chapters provide deeper analysis of first-tier pension schemes and of the impact of short or interrupted careers. Another chapter analyses the sensitivity of long-term pension replacement rates on various parameters.

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  • Pensions Outlook

    The 2014 edition of the Pensions Outlook focused on policy initatives to address the impact of ageing and longevity risk, improving the role of funded private pensions in retirement income, increasing coverage through auto-enrolment and communication issues. The 2016 edition will be released on December 5.

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  • Pensions at a Glance - Latin America and the Caribbean

    This comprehensive examination of pension systems in Latin America and the Caribbean looks at recent trends in retirement and working at older ages, evolving life expectancy, design of pension systems, and pension entitlements before providing a series of country profiles.

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“Further reforms are needed that are both fiscally and socially responsible. We cannot risk a resurgence of old-age poverty in the future. This risk is heightened by growing earnings inequality in many countries, which will feed through into greater inequality in retirement.” OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría

 

Pension statistics and visualisations


‌Gross pension replacement rates, net pension replacement rates and public pension expenditure from the OECD data portal

Pension policy notes and reviews


‌What are the main features of countries’ pension systems? How would pension systems need to adapt to respond successfully to the challenges ahead? See our short country pension policy notes as well as our in-depth reviews.‌‌


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