The new pensions landscape
- Document type
- Wells, Jackie; Echalier, Melissa; Adams, John
- Pensions Policy Institute
- Date of publication
- 29 November 2016
- Poverty Alleviation Welfare Benefits and Financial Inclusion, Older Adults
- Social welfare
- Material type
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In 2003, the PPI published The Pensions Landscape report which found that pensioners’ incomes had risen since 1998 but inequality had increased.
The pensions landscape has changed significantly since 2003, largely as a result of reforms which arose from findings of the Pensions Commission’s reports.
- Brings together existing and new PPI research to consider the likely outcomes for individuals as a result of the suite of reforms.
- Provides an overview of the policy reforms that have taken place between 2003 and 2016.
- Considers elements of the wider pensions landscape that have changed during the same period of time.
- Provides findings from new PPI modelling that projects the possible outcomes from these policy and landscape changes.
- Considers the policy implications of these developments.
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