Denmark has managed to achieve a stable, and sometimes unique pension system, that is aligned to the principles of Nordic welfare provision in a modern setting.
The conversion of pensions being, in the majority, defined benefit ones evolving into defined contribution packages, was completed in the seventies, a trend which many European countries followed later.
Although the cornerstone of the Danish pension system is the state’s old age pension, ...
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