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dc.contributor.advisorLasso de la Vega Martínez, Casilda ORCID
dc.contributor.advisorAristondo Echeberria, Oihana ORCID
dc.contributor.authorFeenstra, Johannes
dc.descriptionMaster in Economics: Empirical Applications and Policies. Academic Year 2022/23.es_ES
dc.description.abstractReplacement rates are an effective way to analyze how income evolves following the retirement of an individual as the ratio of pre- and post-retirement income. Individuals generally live in a multi-person household, which should be taken into consideration in the study of replacement rates. Several European countries have committed themselves to reform their pension system with the objective to reign in public spending. The present study analyzes how household income evolves following the retirement of a household member to describe the current situation that households face. It does so by means of the EU SILC dataset, which is microeconomic and longitudinal data. It finds that household income falls following the retirement of a household member, however that households can maintain their standard of living based on a threshold for replacement rates advanced by previous authors.es_ES
dc.subjectreplacement ratees_ES
dc.subjecthousehold incomees_ES
dc.subjectpension system reformes_ES
dc.titleEvolvement of a household’s income after retirement: A microeconomic study into French and Spanish householdses_ES
dc.rights.holderAtribución-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 3.0 España*
dc.departamentoesAnálisis Económicoes_ES
dc.departamentoeuAnalisi Ekonomikoaes_ES

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