Motivation : This project aims to estimate models of retirement decisions on the population of French civil servants. Project : The aims of this project is to (…)Read more
Retirement policies cover the design of the public pension system in both its insurance component (contribution schemes) and its redistributive component. Costs related to retirement pensions represent a substantial portion of public expenditure in France (13% of GDP in 2011) and the ageing of the population constitutes a major challenge both for the well-being of the population and for the long-term sustainability of public finances.
IPP Focus. Researchers at the IPP evaluate the impact of recent pension reforms, and investigate matters related to the employment of older workers, the family component of the French retirement system, debates about simplifying the public pension schemes, balancing the state budget in the long-term, and the consequences of wage trajectories and unexpected health problems for individual retirees.
Programme Director: Antoine Bozio
Finished Projects (3)
Motivation: Non statutory employment represents a significant and growing share of public sector employment in France. The objective of the project is to analyse the determinants to (…)Read more
Ongoing Projects (4)
Motivation: The organisation “Agirc-Arrco”, which manages complementary pensions of employees in the private sector in France, allocates 77 billion euros of pensions per year, and covers 70% (…)Read more
Motivation: Pension inequalities between men and women became an important issue in France. Women’s pensions are on average lower by 40% to men’s among private sector retirees. (…)Read more
Dynamic microsimulation of the pension regime of French local government workers and public hospital employees
Motivation: The pensions of French local government workers and public hospital employees cost around € 15 billion annually. Given the volume of this public spending, it is (…)Read more
PENSIPP – dynamic micro-simulation model of the French pension system Motivation: The aim of the PENSIPP project is to develop a dynamic micro-simulation model of the French pension (…)Read more
IPP Policy Brief n°31 - April 2018Reforming the French pension system : the main challenges
Authors: Antoine Bozio, Simon Rabaté, Audrey Rain and Maxime Tô
IPP Report n°9 - June 2015Modelling retirement behaviour for French Civil Servants
Authors: Didier Blanchet, Antoine Bozio, Simon Rabaté
IPP Report n°5 - December 2014Lifetime employment and earnings of non-permanent public sector employees in France
Authors: Jérémy Boccanfuso, Antoine Bozio, Thomas Bréda, Clément Imbert
IPP Report n°2 - June 2013Reforming family-related pension benefits
Authors: Carole Bonnet, Antoine Bozio, Camille Landais, and Simon Rabaté
IPP Policy Brief n°8 - October 2013Pension reform: towards an overhaul of family rights
Authors: Carole Bonnet, Antoine Bozio, Camille Landais, Simon Rabaté and Marianne Tenand
IPP Policy Brief n°3 - February 2013The French pension system in the long run: balanced or not balanced?
Authors: Didier Blanchet