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Pensions in the fluid EU society : challenges for (migrant) workers

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For majority of people, pensions are the most important income replace- ment benefit, when the ability to work is reduced (or no economic activity is expected anymore) due to old age. Moreover, equal access to social protection, regardless of the type and duration of employment, is one of the goals of the European Pillar of Social Rights, aiming also at adequate income in retirement. Hence, the paper focuses on old-age pensions and highlights potential national and mobility linked problems and challenges for future pension adequacy concerning persons working in non-standard forms of employment and self-employment. After the introductory part in which also the fluidity of the EU society is being explained, paper focuses on three aspects: 1) necessary changes in the pension systems due to new working arrangements, 2) appropriateness of the EU legislation on free move- ment and social security coordination in relation to public and supplementary (occupational) pension schemes, and 3) importance of combating fraud and error.
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Pensions in the Fluid EU Society: Challenges for (Migrant) Workers

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Vukorepa, Ivana, et al. “Pensions in the Fluid EU Society : Challenges for (Migrant) Workers.” The Future of Pension Plans in the EU Internal Market, edited by Nazaré da Costa Cabral and Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, vol. 48, Springer, 2019, pp. 325–49.
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Vukorepa, I., Jorens, Y., & Strban, G. (2019). Pensions in the fluid EU society : challenges for (migrant) workers. In N. da Costa Cabral & N. Cunha Rodrigues (Eds.), The future of pension plans in the EU internal market (Vol. 48, pp. 325–349). Springer.
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Vukorepa, Ivana, Yves Jorens, and Grega Strban. 2019. “Pensions in the Fluid EU Society : Challenges for (Migrant) Workers.” In The Future of Pension Plans in the EU Internal Market, edited by Nazaré da Costa Cabral and Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, 48:325–49. Springer.
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Vukorepa, Ivana, Yves Jorens, and Grega Strban. 2019. “Pensions in the Fluid EU Society : Challenges for (Migrant) Workers.” In The Future of Pension Plans in the EU Internal Market, ed by. Nazaré da Costa Cabral and Nuno Cunha Rodrigues, 48:325–349. Springer.
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Vukorepa I, Jorens Y, Strban G. Pensions in the fluid EU society : challenges for (migrant) workers. In: da Costa Cabral N, Cunha Rodrigues N, editors. The future of pension plans in the EU internal market. Springer; 2019. p. 325–49.
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I. Vukorepa, Y. Jorens, and G. Strban, “Pensions in the fluid EU society : challenges for (migrant) workers,” in The future of pension plans in the EU internal market, vol. 48, N. da Costa Cabral and N. Cunha Rodrigues, Eds. Springer, 2019, pp. 325–349.
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  abstract     = {For majority of people, pensions are the most important income replace- ment benefit, when the ability to work is reduced (or no economic activity is expected anymore) due to old age. Moreover, equal access to social protection, regardless of the type and duration of employment, is one of the goals of the European Pillar of Social Rights, aiming also at adequate income in retirement. Hence, the paper focuses on old-age pensions and highlights potential national and mobility linked problems and challenges for future pension adequacy concerning persons working in non-standard forms of employment and self-employment. After the introductory part in which also the fluidity of the EU society is being explained, paper focuses on three aspects: 1) necessary changes in the pension systems due to new working arrangements, 2) appropriateness of the EU legislation on free move- ment and social security coordination in relation to public and supplementary (occupational) pension schemes, and 3) importance of combating fraud and error.},
  author       = {Vukorepa, Ivana and Jorens, Yves and Strban, Grega},
  booktitle    = {The future of pension plans in the EU internal market},
  editor       = {da Costa Cabral, Nazaré and Cunha Rodrigues, Nuno},
  isbn         = {9783030294960},
  keywords     = {Pensions in the Fluid EU Society: Challenges for (Migrant) Workers},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {325--349},
  publisher    = {Springer},
  series       = {Financial and Monetary Policy Studies},
  title        = {Pensions in the fluid EU society : challenges for (migrant) workers},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29497-7_18},
  volume       = {48},
  year         = {2019},
}

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