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Income redistribution and social security

Income redistribution and social security

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Nelissen, J.H.M.
Title Statement
Income redistribution and social security / J. H. M. Nelissen.
Publication, Distribution, etc
London :   Chapman and Hall ,   1994.  
Physical Medium
xiii, 239 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Series Statement
International studies in economic modelling ;no.17.
ISBN
0412570904
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical refernces and index.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical refernces and index.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Introduction to the Series = ⅷ
Preface = ⅹ
Dutch Terminology and Abbreviations = xii
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION = 1
 1 Introduction = 3
  1.1 Purpose and structure = 3
  1.2 Social security = 5
  1.3 Annual or lifetime income = 6
  1.4 The notion of (re)distributive effects = 9
  1.5 Measuring lifetime income and its inequality = 11
  1.6 How the problem is tackled = 13
 2 Overview of related studies = 15
 3 Microsimulation = 25
  3.1 Introduction = 25
  3.2 Microsimulation: pros and cons = 26
  3.3 The general structure of NEDYMAS = 33
 4 Field of application: the Netherlands = 45
  4.1 A bird's-eye view of the Dutch social security system = 45
  4.2 The income concept = 51
  4.3 The income unit = 53
  4.4 Income standardization = 55
PART TWO: THE MICROSIMULATION MODEL = 59
 5 The demographic module = 61
  5.1 Introduction = 61
  5.2 Immigration = 64
  5.3 Emigration = 67
  5.4 Old people's homes = 69
  5.5 Mortality = 70
  5.6 Marriage = 71
  5.7 Divorce = 73
  5.8 Dehabitation = 73
  5.9 Cohabitation = 74
  5.10 Splitting off = 75
  5.11 Fertility = 76
  5.12 The construction of a representative initial population = 78
 6 The labour market and income formation module = 83
  6.1 Introduction = 83
  6.2 Education = 84
  6.3 Changes in economic activity = 90
  6.4 Labour income = 99
  6.5 Taxes = 109
  6.6 Initial level of education and economic activity of immigrants = 113
 7 The social security module = 115
  7.1 Introduction = 115
  7.2 The General Old Age Pensions Act (AOW) = 116
  7.3 The General Widows and Orphans Pensions Act (AWW) = 118
  7.4 Family allowances = 120
  7.5 The General Disablement Benefits Act (AAW) = 122
  7.6 The Disablement Insurance Act (WAO) = 124
  7.7 The Sickness Benefit Act (ZW) and Sickness Payments for Civil Servants (DSO) = 125
  7.8 The Unemployment Insurance Act (WW) = 127
  7.9 The Unemployment Provisions Act (WWV) = 129
  7.10 The New Unemployment Insurance Act (NWW) = 130
  7.11 The Provisions for Older and Partly Disabled Unemployed Employees (IOAW) = 131
  7.12 The Supplementary Benefits Act (TW) = 132
  7.13 The General Social Assistance Act (ABW) = 132
  7.14 The Health Insurance Act (ZFW) = 134
  7.15 The General Exceptional Medical Expenses Act (AWBZ) = 135
  7.16 Private pensions for employees = 136
  7.17 The Civil Servants Unemployment Benefit (WRO) = 136
  7.18 Pension provisions for civil servants = 138
  7.19 The Civil Servants Deduction Act (IW) = 140
  7.20 Future premiums and benefits = 140
PART THREE: SIMULATION RESULTS = 143
 8 Lifetime income redistribution by social security = 145
  8.1 Introduction = 145
  8.2 Vertical redistribution = l46
  8.3 Horizontal redistribution = 175
  8.4 Some variations = 203
 9 Conclusions and summary = 213
  9.1 Introduction = 213
  9.2 Conclusions = 214
References = 221
Index = 235


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