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Funding Public Service Pensions in Denmark

  • Finn Østrup
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Abstract

Based on the legal framework for employment, a distinction can be made between two groups of public employees in Denmark: (i) public servants (in Danish tjenestemaend), and (ii) employees employed on the basis of collective wage agreements (in Danish: overenskomstansatte). The pension system differs between these two groups. We first discuss the scheme for public servants and next consider employees under collective wage agreements.

Keywords

Public Servant Civil Servant Pension Fund Public Employee Pension Scheme 
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References

  1. Friis, Poul Sorbye. Historien om KP (in English: The Story of KP). Kobenhavn: Kommunemes Pensionsforsikring, 1997.Google Scholar
  2. Jensen, Carsten Vestero. Det tvedelte pensionssystem (in English: The Dual Pension System). Roskilde: Roskilde Universitetscenter, 1984.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1999

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