Tudor Colomeischi, Iancu Eugenia


One of the core components of social security of a state is the national pension system, which basically provides the true image of the political, economic, demographic and cultural evolution of the state. The importance of the pension system is enhanced by its direct relationship with both labor cost developments and the stock market or with individual savings. In this paper we present the trend in the development of pension systems and the factors influencing this development.

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