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CEPS-EconPol Europe Lunch Debate: Pension Reform in Europe

Recent Experience and Challenges Ahead

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Event Agenda

Ageing populations in European countries are putting pressure on public finances through higher spending on old age benefits and lower tax revenues. Several European countries have conducted pension reforms in recent years aimed at enhancing fiscal sustainability. However, further policy challenges will arise due to the projected demographic changes ahead.

This lunch time seminar will discuss the issue of pension reform from different angles. In particular, it will reflect on the experience with recent pension reforms in Europe, their public finance and labor market consequences and intergenerational fairness aspects. Another crucial question the lunch time seminar will focus on is under which conditions pension reforms may find political support.

 

Registration and sandwich lunch from 12.30 –  Meeting from 13.15 to 14.30

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Discussants &
Speakers

Below is our list of speakers and discussants.

Host
Cinzia Alcidi Cinzia Alcidi

Cinzia Alcidi

Senior Research Fellow and Head of Economic Policy Unit

Speakers list
Per Eckefeldt

European Commission, Brussels

Tito Boeri

Bocconi University, Milan

Benjamin Bittschi

IHS, Vienna; EconPol Europe

Felix Wellschmied

Universidad Carlos III, Madrid; EconPol Europe

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Event Details


CEPS-EconPol Europe Lunch Debate: Pension Reform in Europe

Recent Experience and Challenges Ahead

Event Address

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1 Congresplaats
1000 Brussel
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Event Date

Day 1 - Wednesday
Organiser
Veselina Georgieva Veselina Georgieva
Veselina Georgieva
+32 (0)2 229 39 78
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