States, including developed countries, have difficulty in implementing pension systems. System reforms for a sustainable pension system, like extending retirement age, reducing public pension rates, increasing private pension and private health insurance shares, to reduce the burden on the pension system, countries with elderly population, try to increase young population by young immigrants, to provide a balance between the young population and old population for a sustainable pension system.
In this study, the export and effects of pension (transfer) arising from the free movement of labor among the member countries due to free movement within the European Union and the effects of the educated young population immigration to the developed countries due to the exacerbation of the situation for the sending country is investigated with literature review. As a result, it is concluded that immigrant countries should take the necessary precautions to avoid migration of their educated young population and keep them in their home countries.
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Ekim 2019
|APA||Meral, Y . (2019). Avrupa Birliği’nde Ülkeler Arası Emeklilik İhracatı (Transferi) . InTraders International Trade Academic Journal , 2 (1) , 70-98 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/intraders/issue/49916/586546|