|Statement||by J. Creedy, R. Disney and E. Whitehouse.|
|Series||Research paper / University of Melbourne, Department of Economics -- no.324, Research paper (University of Melbourne, Department of Economics) -- no.324.|
|Contributions||Disney, Richard., Whitehouse, Edward., University of Melbourne. Department of Economics.|
"The Earnings-Related State Pension, Indexation and Lifetime Redistribution in the U.K," Review of Income and Wealth, International Association for Research in . It’s the basic state pension as a percentage of average weekly earnings since the s. Its value peaked in , when it w’as 26 per cent of the average UK wage. These payouts fell until. On the Measurement of Intra-Generational Lifetime Redistribution in Pension Systems Article in SSRN Electronic Journal January with 24 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Antonio Abatemarco. The earnings-related state pension: indexation and lifetime redistribution in the UK. Review of Income and Wealth, 39, no.3, pp. (with R. Disney and E. Whitehouse) (). Population ageing and social expenditure in Australia.
United Kingdom: Women's pension age to rise from 60 to 65 between and Basic pension indexed only to prices since , greater of prices and earnings before that. State earnings-related pensions based on average earnings, not best 20 years, to replace 20 percent of earnings, not 25 percent. Generosity to widows cut. United States. The history of state pensions in the UK: to Antoine Bozio, Rowena Crawford and Gemma Tetlow* Institute for Fiscal Studies Abstract This Briefing Note describes state pension provision in the United Kingdom from the inception of the basic state pension in , following the Beveridge Report, to Pensions Act and the plans of the. Creedy, J., R. Disney, and E. Whitehouse The earnings-related state pension, indexation and lifetime redistribution in the UK. Review of Income and Wealth 39(3) . This chapter looks at state pension provision in the UK through the Basic State Pension (BSP), the additional state pension, Pension Credit and related benefits. It starts by examining the state pension system that is expected to be in place until It then briefly reviews the /14 Pensions Bill and the reforms that are proposed within it.