PECULIARITIES OF FUNCTIONING OF THE SYSTEM OF NON-STATE INSURANCE PENSION FUNDS IN UKRAINE

  • Dziamulych M., Chizh N. Lutsk National Technical University
Keywords: pensions insurance, pensions accident, indefinite pensions insurance, pensions system.

Abstract

The article deals with the peculiarities of functioning of non-state pension insurance funds within the third level of the pension system in Ukraine in the current conditions of development of the national economy. The necessity of solving urgent problems regarding the expansion of the population involvement in the system of non-state pension insurance is substantiated.

Author Biography

Dziamulych M., Chizh N., Lutsk National Technical University

Dziamulych M., Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor

Chizh N., Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor

References

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Published
2020-02-10
How to Cite
Dziamulych M., Chizh N. (2020). PECULIARITIES OF FUNCTIONING OF THE SYSTEM OF NON-STATE INSURANCE PENSION FUNDS IN UKRAINE. Economic Forum, 1(1), 135-140. https://doi.org/10.36910/6775-2308-8559-2020-1-19
Section
DEMOGRAPHICS, LABOR ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL POLICY