FIGURES & DATA
Determinants of disability pensions in Croatia: the role of institutions
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Disability pension beneficiaries (in thousands)
Note: In HZMO publications data for the Croatian Army and defenders before 2003 are not available, and HVO pensions have been awarded since 2008.
New beneficiaries of disability pensions according to the Pension Insurance Act – ZOMO (in thousands)
Proportions of individual categories in the total number of pensions beneficiaries according to the Pension Insurance Act – ZOMO (in %)
Source: HZMO, authorʼs calculations.
Most common diagnoses of the causes of disability of persons who claim their disability rights via HZMO in 2016
* Mental illnesses and disorders.
Share of people receiving disability pensions in total population by counties (%, in 2014)
Source: HZMO and author’s calculations.
Accidents at work (in thousands) and incidence rate of accidents at work per 100,000 active insured persons in Croatia (in thousands)
Presentation of the kinds of impairment that lead to disability or as comorbidity diagnoses contribute to the degree of functional impairment of the organism (2015)
* Overall number of diagnoses exceeds the number of disabled persons due to multiple impairments.
Source: HZJZ (2016a).
Percentage of impairment of the organism in defenders with disabilities and claimants of disability rights via the HZMO (in %)
a Percentage of physical impairment is established for about 40% of the persons who claim disability rights via HZMO (exclusive of veterans).
Source: HZJZ (2016a).
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