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Elternschaft und Renteneintritt

Eine Analyse auf Basis von SHARELIFE
  • Karsten HankEmail author
  • Julie M. Korbmacher
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Zusammenfassung

Aus Basis von retrospektiv erhobenen Daten des SHARELIFE-Projektes wird im vorliegenden Beitrag der Zusammenhang von Elternschaft und Renteneintritt in 13 kontinentaleuropäischen Ländern untersucht. Die Ergebnisse der Analyse zeigen, dass (mehr) Kinder tendenziell zu einem späteren Renteneintritt bei Männern führen, die bis in späte Erwerbsphasen eine Versorgerrolle übernehmen. Bei Frauen zeigen sich deutlich Kohortenunterschiede: vor 1940 geborene Mütter scheiden im Vergleich zu Kinderlosen später aus dem Erwerbsleben aus, während nach 1940 Geborene früher in den Ruhestand eintreten. Diese Befunde werden als Folge wohlfahrtsstaatlicher Arrangements diskutiert, die unterschiedliche Möglichkeiten und Anreize für die Erwerbstätigkeit junger Mütter bzw. den Renteneintritt älterer Frauen setzen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.KölnDeutschland
  2. 2.MünchenDeutschland

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