The future of Gender Pension Gaps - Main findings from the MIGAPE project

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Barslund,Mikkel, Dekkers,Gijs, van den Bosch,Karel, Kirn,Tanja, Baumann, N., Kump,Natasa, Liegeois,Philippe, Moreira,Amílcar, Stropnik,Nada, & Vergnat, V. (2021). The future of Gender Pension Gaps - Main findings from the MIGAPE project. Brussels: CEPS - Center for European Policy Studies.

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The GPG we observe today reflects historical differences between men and women in the labour market going back 50 years or more. Our projections indicate that today’s smaller gender differences in the labour market will nearly completely eliminate the future GPG in Portugal and Slovenia, and reduce it to 10 percent or less in Belgium and Luxembourg by 2050. In Switzerland, the Gender Pension Gap in 1st pillar pensions was quite low in 2018 and will increase somewhat by 2070, while there will be a more important decline in the gap for 2nd pillar pensions. The further convergences in labour force participation rates foreseen in the Ageing Report 2021 have only a small impact.

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