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Pensjonsforum drives av Fafo og Frischsenteret. Forumet består av medlemsorganisasjoner fra finansnæringen, arbeidsgiver- og arbeidstakerorganisasjoner, statlig forvaltning og forskningsinstitusjoner. I forumet presenteres og diskuteres dagsaktuelle temaer om pensjon. På forumets nettsider formidles nyheter og forskning på pensjon.

How Did Computerization Since the 1980s Affect Older Workers?

How Did Computerization Since the 1980s Affect Older Workers?

torsdag, 23 januar 2020
  • Since the 1980s, computers have reshaped the job market, replacing workers in jobs that rely on routine tasks, from bank tellers to auto workers.

    In response, workers moved to two types of non-routine jobs beyond the reach of computers: cognitive (e.g., analysts) and physical (e.g., food servers).

Generation veXed: solving the retirement puzzle

Generation veXed: solving the retirement puzzle

torsdag, 23 januar 2020
  • This report compares the financial wellness of Generation X to the preceding generation, Baby Boomers and the following generation Millennials. It explores the risks they face in later life and how policy, industry and employer interventions could mitigate these risks.

Physically demanding jobs and early retirement in the Netherlands and Austria: a cross country comparison

Physically demanding jobs and early retirement in the Netherlands and Austria: a cross country comparison

onsdag, 22 januar 2020
  • Background: Given the rise in retirement age and the stricter eligibility criteria for early retirement I analyze the intention to retire early of people in physically demanding jobs in Austria and the Netherlands.

Changes in Employers’ ways of dealing with older workers, 2009–2017

Changes in Employers’ ways of dealing with older workers, 2009–2017

onsdag, 22 januar 2020
  • Studies suggest that organizations across countries are more likely to send older staff members to early retirement than retain them, but there are signals that employers are increasingly showing support for longer working lives.

Thomas Piketty: Several universal retirement schemes are possible

Thomas Piketty: Several universal retirement schemes are possible

tirsdag, 21 januar 2020
  • Could we possibly have a reasoned debate about the several alternative retirement schemes? To judge from the government’s attitude, one might well doubt it.

The impact of migration on pension system sustainability: scenario calculations

The impact of migration on pension system sustainability: scenario calculations

tirsdag, 21 januar 2020
  • In this report, the long-term effects of immigration and migration on demography, employment rates, pension expenditure and pension contributions are reviewed through scenario calculations. The main emphasis is on calculations on earnings-related pensions.

AKTUARFOKUS 2020

AKTUARFOKUS 2020

fredag, 10 januar 2020
  • Den Norske Aktuarforening (DNA) inviterer til heldagsseminar med temaer som opptar aktuarene og forsikringsbransjen.

    Seminaret avholdes: torsdag 13. februar 2020 kl. 09.00 – 17:00 på Thon Hotel Opera i Oslo

Riktig god jul og et godt nytt år!

Riktig god jul og et godt nytt år!

torsdag, 19 desember 2019
  • Pensjonsforum ønsker alle en riktig god jul og et godt nytt år! Vi har allerede sendt ut invitasjon til det første møtet i Pensjonsforum 2020, og gleder oss til å fortsette med det utover i det nye året!

Pensjonsforum 17. januar 2020: Ulikhet i pensjonsinntekt, pensjonsrettigheter og pensjonsformuer

Pensjonsforum 17. januar 2020: Ulikhet i pensjonsinntekt, pensjonsrettigheter og pensjonsformuer

torsdag, 19 desember 2019
  • Pensjonsforum inviterer medlemsorganisasjonene til seminar 17. januar 2020 om ulikheter i pensjonsinntekter, pensjonsrettigheter og pensjonsformuer basert på nyere data og analyser fra PensjonsLAB-forskere fra Statistisk sentralbyrå og Fafo og en rapport fra Actecan.

Countries should strengthen pension systems to adapt to changing world of work

Countries should strengthen pension systems to adapt to changing world of work

torsdag, 19 desember 2019
  • Governments should urgently reform their pension systems to ensure that the growing share of workers in temporary or part-time employment can contribute enough during their working lives to receive an adequate income in retirement, according to a new OECD report.