Gentiana M. Mjaku, Gresa M. Mjaku


This article aims to study the reform of the pension system in Kosovo. In particular, the attention is paid to the new pension system in Kosovo, the reasons for reforming the pension system, the goals as well as the advantages and challenges of the multi-pillar pension model. Always, by trying to make comparisons of the new pension system in Kosovo with the previous one. The study is based on secondary data over the years, provided by different entities. The paperwork is of the theoretical nature of qualitative variables based on secondary data. In general, the findings and analyzes made in this paperwork reflect the period in which many other countries have gone through, including Kosovo. The findings of this study, on one hand, will serve as a summary for state institutions and as a lesson for policy-makers and managers of citizens' money and work, while on the other hand will be information tools for any student or citizen who wants to be informed more about the Kosovo Pension Trust.


JEL: H55, H75, J32


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