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Title

Health and Mortality during the Transition to Retirement in Southern Spain. Longitudinal Analysis of Mortality Differences in Andalu

AuthorsVoigt, Mathias; Viciana, Francisco; Ramiro Fariñas, Diego ; Cánovas, Rosa; Montañés, Víctor
KeywordsPensiones públicas
Riesgo de muerte
Diferencias socioeconómicas
Desigualdad en la población jubilada
Issue Date2017
CitationInternational Population Conference, Cape Town, 2017
AbstractRecent contributions debating the mechanisms behind long-term impacts of socioeconomic differences on health and mortality at advanced ages have led to the question to what extent the pension benefits determine the survival of the retired population. We intent to contribute to this debate with an analysis of the investments in pension funds over the life time and access to particular pension types pay off on for the health and mortality of the population older than 65. The analysis is conducted using the newly available longitudinal population register data provided by the population department of the Council for Scientific Research of Spain and the Institute of Statistics and Cartography of Andalusia (IECA). While we found strong evidences for positive pension income effects by individual pension type on the survival of men, the results for women were ambiguous and call for an extension of the examination on the household level.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/219248
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