Women’s pensions are nearly 40% lower than men’s in Europe. Experts at the international research conference at the Finnish Centre for Pensions on 18 May looked for solutions to this problem.
Read more about what the keynote speakers talked about at the conference in the latest English Summary of Työeläke (3:2018), published on 4 June 2018.
The English Summary also includes brief accounts of
- the net investment assets of the earnings-related pension system in Finland,
- how the Finnish Centre for Pensions has used artificial intelligence to identify future disability pension retirees, and
- how public health and social services form a significant income transfer for retirees who, nonetheless, struggle with high customer fees.
Työeläke is a free-of-charge magazine directed at earnings-related pension experts. It is published five times a year by the Finnish Centre for Pensions.