Italy needs a serious debate about pensions

Notes from Italy

Source: IPE

Italian policymakers are bent on indulging the relatively small but influential minority of Italians that is nearing retirement, but lament that the statutory retirement age of 67 is too high. The reform efforts of past years have been towards reducing the retirement age or increasing flexibility in retirement. The resources employed towards supporting second-pillar pensions have been next to none. 

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Ivonne Forno , CEO of Laborfonds