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Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe
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Beyond GDP: Measuring Welfare and Assessing Sustainability
In spite of recurrent criticism and an impressive production of alternative indicators by scholars and NGOs, GDP remains the central indicator of countries' success. This book revisits theExpand
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Social Security and Retirement in France
Among numerous retirement schemes in France, the Social Security general regime" covers all wage earners from the private sector, about 65% of workers. In this regime are eligible for a full pensionExpand
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Le vieillissement de la population active: ampleur et incidence
[eng] The Ageing of the Working Population: Extent and Effect . . Demographic changes do not affect just the volume of the working population. They also affect its age structure. It is widely heldExpand
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Age structure and capital dilution effects in neo-classical growth models
  • D. Blanchet
  • Economics, Medicine
  • Journal of population economics
  • 1 February 1989
This paper reexamines the problem of the relationship between demographic growth and per capita income in neo-classical growth models with age-structured populations. It is suggested that, when theyExpand
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Pathways to retirement
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Immigration et régulation de la structure par âge d'une population.
Blanchet Didier. - Immigration et regulation de la structure par âge d'une population. Cet article examine les consequences d'une politique qui essaierait d'utiliser l'immigration pour reguler leExpand
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Aspiration à la retraite, santé et satisfaction au travail: une comparaison européenne
Ce travail utilise la premiere vague de l'enquete europeenne SHARE pour analyser l'effet de l'etat de sante et de la satisfaction au travail sur les preferences en matiere d'âge de depart en retraiteExpand
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The sooner, the better? Analyzing preferences for early retirement in European countries
Individual preferences concerning retirement age are strongly differentiated both within and between countries. According to the Share survey, the proportion of workers aged from 50 to 65 who wishedExpand
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Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case
The French pattern of early transitions out of employment is basically explained by the low age at “normal” retirement and by the importance of transitions through unemployment insurance andExpand
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