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The possible impact of pension age changes on Malta’s potential output

Aaron Grech

No PP/01/2016, CBM Policy Papers from Central Bank of Malta

Abstract: As from 2012, the pension age in Malta started rising from 61 for men and 60 for women to eventually reach 65 for both genders in 2026. This paper evaluates the effects of the first change in the eligibility age, using employment and beneficiaries data covering that period.

JEL-codes: E37 H55 J26 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 17 pgs
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