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The Gender Pension Gap in Europe: Toward Understanding Diversity

  • Gianni Betti
  • Francesca Bettio
  • Thomas Georgiadis
  • Platon Tinios

Abstract

The previous chapter explored the aggregate behavior of the gender pension gap across the EU and over time. This chapter tries to examine how that gender pension gap varies according to characteristics of individuals, such as education, income, and marital status. The main object of our interest is the way the pension gender gap results from and reflects key characteristics of the population and their histories. Thus, the focus is on gaps in lifetime pensions in relation to factors explaining their gender dimension. Such are labor market qualifications and career and positions in the income distribution.

Keywords

Pension System Break Career Pension Income Average Pension High Pension 
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© Gianni Betti, Francesca Bettio, Thomas Georgiadis, and Platon Tinios 2015

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  • Gianni Betti
  • Francesca Bettio
  • Thomas Georgiadis
  • Platon Tinios

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