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The Swedish dynamic microsimulation model SESIM is used to predict income before and after retirement. Since we focus on the effects of the new Swedish pension system, income for birth cohorts covered by the old system as well as those covered by the new are included. The results are presented in terms of replacement rates for taxable and disposable income. The importance of all components of the pension income is considered; public-, occupational- and private pension.
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This essential dimensions of microsimulation as an instrument to analyze .
This essential dimensions of microsimulation as an instrument to analyze and forecast the individual impacts of alternative economic and social policy measures are surveyed in this study.
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Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Dynamics. World Population Prospects 2019. The 2019 Revision of World Population Prospects is the twenty-sixth round of official United Nations population estimates and projections that have been prepared by the Population Division of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat.
In such an environment, dynamic population microsimulation models provide one of the most useful .
Author note Ann Harding is Professor of Applied Economics and Social Policy at the University of Canberra and Director of the Universitys National Centre for Social and Economic.
This article analyses a number of important macroeconomic implications of. .have important implications for the labour supply, private consumption and public debt.
This article analyses a number of important macroeconomic implications of population ageing and looks at how pension reforms could help to cushion that impact. ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 2, 2018 – Articles The economic impact of population ageing and pension reforms.
A dynamic microsimulation pension model is a type of a pension model projecting a pension system by means of a.
total replacement ratio, implicit debt) and individual indicators (. individual cash-flows) of the pension system. Due to randomness, the results do not exactly correspond with the external outputs (population projections, macroeconomic projections), but if the number of model points or simulations is sufficient, the degree of consistency is very good.