Russia’s pension system in the context of world experience and expected trends

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Nimeke: Russia’s pension system in the context of world experience and expected trends
Tekijä: Vlasov, Sergey ; Mamedli, Mariam
Julkaisija: Suomen Pankki
Bank of Finland
Osasto / Yksikkö: Siirtymätalouksien tutkimuslaitos (BOFIT)
Institute for Economies in Transition (BOFIT)
Sarjan nimi: BOFIT Policy Brief
ISSN: 2342-205X
Sarjan vuosi: 2018
Sarjan numero: 10/2018
Julkaisuvuosi: 2018
Ilmestymispäivämäärä: 20.12.2018
Sivut: 27
Asiasanat (yso): eläkkeet; kustannukset; eläkejärjestelmät; eläkeikä; julkinen talous; eläkerahastot
Hakusanat: Bofit-kokoelma; Venäjä; eläkeuudistukset
JEL: H55; H68; H75
Muut hakusanat: pension fund revenues and expenditures; pension reforms; retirement age increase; fiscal sustainability; Russia
Tiivistelmä: Russia’s level of pension provision lags most OECD countries, as well as faces challenges from rising pension fund deficits and an aging population. On the current course, in the long run Russia can expect decreased budget revenues that would require to adjust government spending. While many countries moved after the 2008 global financial crisis to overhaul their pension systems, Russia postponed action until recently. This paper presents estimates of retirement pension expenditures through 2035 under various assumptions about economic growth, demographic composition, and possible reforms to the pension system. Two recent measures by the government (abolition of indexing adjustments for working retirees and an increase in the retirement age for public servants) will slightly mitigate the long-term negative trends. For any of our assumptions, Russia’s decision to begin raising the retirement age by six months a year starting in 2019 will put the retirement pension expenditures relative to GDP on the downward trajectory. This reform allows an accelerating increase in pensions to improve retiree welfare and makes up for some of expected decline in overall budget revenues, making it easier to stabilize the level of public spending relative to GDP. Acceleration of economic growth backed by structural reforms limits further the growth in pension expenditures.
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