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Moving from payg pensions to defined-contribution plan in the Russian Federation

ПОДЕЛИТЬСЯ С ДРУЗЬЯМИ
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Ph. D. (Economics), Associate Professor, Academic Department of Economics
Russia, Yaroslavl Branch of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics
buv1965@mail.ru


Accountant
Russia, Narodniy Upravdom, LLC Yaroslavl
arnautovayulia@mail.ru

Abstract

This article is devoted to the moving from PAYG Pensions to Defined-Contribution Plan. The special aspects of this reorganization are analyzed. Pen-sion models of OECD countries are compared. Inability of the Defined-Contribution Plan in Russia is being proved. The present paper provides modern ways to improve the Defined-Contribution pension schemes.

Keywords

pension system, pension reform, Pension Fund of the Russian Federation, pension insurance, PAYG Pensions, Defined-Contribution Pension Plan, social protection, non-state pension provision.

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Bekrenev Yuri Vladimirovich , Arnautova Yulia Valerievna
Moving from payg pensions to defined-contribution plan in the Russian Federation// Modern Management Technology. ISSN 2226-9339. – #3 (63). Art. # 6305. Date issued: . Available at: https://sovman.ru/en/article/6305/

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