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The Varieties of Pension GovernancePension Privatization in Europe$
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Bernhard Ebbinghaus

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199586028

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199586028.001.0001

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Sweden: A Viable Public–Private Pension System 1

Sweden: A Viable Public–Private Pension System 1

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(p.240) 9 Sweden: A Viable Public–Private Pension System1
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The Varieties of Pension Governance
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Gabriella Sjögren Lindquist

Eskil Wadensjö

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199586028.003.0009

The Swedish pension system developed through different stages from the establishment of the first statutory basic pension, the introduction of an earnings-related supplementary pension, and collectively negotiated occupational pensions to the most recent institutional change. A comprehensive pension reform was finally decided in 1994 which led to a switch to an earnings-related insurance with notional defined-contribution (NDC) and a mandatory funded personal pension component (premium pension). In the second pillar, occupational pensions negotiated by employers and trade unions came under financial pressures due to the decline of industrial employment, which led to some restructuring such as the gradual switch from defined-benefit (DB) to defined-contribution (DC) pensions. The chapter also examines the governance and design of these occupational schemes as well as personal pensions.

Keywords:   Sweden, pension reform, basic pension, occupational pension, employers, trade unions, defined-benefit pensions, defined-contribution pensions, pension fund governance

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