By Richard V. Burkhauser
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The persistence of earnings differentials between men and women complicates the debate over social security reforms, since for many couples and divorced and widowed women, spouse and survivor benefits are still a necessary source of income in old age. In a world of complete equality in earnings and identical work behavior, the simple elimination of spouse benefits would reduce the inequality of benefits net of payroll taxes paid between one-earner and two-earner couples without causing widespread hardship for future generations of retirees.
Whereas Ross concludes that structural change is required, Myers, who pushes for only incremental reforms, argues that better understanding will increase acceptance of the present system. We agree that greater understanding of social security and how it fits current social conditions is central to the debate. 2 Concepts Underlying the Current Controversy about Women's Social Security Benefits ROBERT J. , the taxes they pay and the benefits they receive and the terms on which they receive them), drives us back to fundamental questions of equity, adequacy, and efficiency.
A demogrant, by definition, has no benefit-reduction rate. A NIT could be restricted to those age 65 or older and to those who are disabled. A sliding scale would confine benefits to those who are judged to have inadequate income. T o be responsive to women's sensitivity about being categorized as dependents, the receiving unit could be defined as the individual rather than the married couple (the individual is the unit in SSI), and the resources to be counted could be those of the individual rather than of the couple (SSI counts the resources of the couples).
A Challenge to Social Security. The Changing Roles of Women and Men in American Society by Richard V. Burkhauser