Simulating the Future Pension Wealth and Retirement Saving in Sweden

Anna Röstberg, Björn Andersson and Thomas Lindh 2005

Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 6

In this paper, wealth consequences of the Swedish pension system in the transition from a defined benefit to notional defined contribution system are simulated with almost exact institutional detail, using life cycle profiles estimated from detailed longitudinal micro data. Cohorts born in the 1940s are relatively favoured, and so are the wealthiest deciles.

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Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 6

In this paper, wealth consequences of the Swedish pension system in the transition from a defined benefit to notional defined contribution system are simulated with almost exact institutional detail, using life cycle profiles estimated from detailed longitudinal micro data. Cohorts born in the 1940s are relatively favoured, and so are the wealthiest deciles.

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