Considerations in Pension Reforms: A Review of the Challenges to Sustainability and Distributive Impartiality

@inproceedings{Koutronas2017ConsiderationsIP,
  title={Considerations in Pension Reforms: A Review of the Challenges to Sustainability and Distributive Impartiality},
  author={Evangelos Koutronas and Siew-yong Yew},
  year={2017}
}
This paper examines the impact of welfare reforms on the sustainability of public pension schemes. The paper reviewed past and current literature and practices of various countries to evaluate the effectiveness of reforms used from the aspect of structural and systemic parameters focusing on sustainability and distributive impartiality. This review concludes that there are no ideal pension scheme but there are reforms that have shown to be beneficial to the sustainability and distributive… 

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