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Social security and retirement around the world
Research highlights in the demography and economics of aging, 1998 (2 (june)), 4 p.

http://agingmeta.psc.isr.umich.edu/agebrief2.pdf (08-06-2006)
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Retired people
Early retirement
Retirement
Social security
Labor force
Belgium
Japan
Canada
United States
France
Italy
Netherlands
Spain
Germany
Sweden
United Kingdom
Developed countries


Résumé :

Social security systems are not only supporting retirees who are living longer, but also retirees who are leaving work earlier. Research results from a new project, funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA) and taking place at the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), suggest that the trend toward earlier retirement has been induced by the social security systems themselves.Because of their benefit structure, many social security programs provide substantial incentives for earlier retirement, thereby exacerbating the financial problems that they face.


Illustrations : graph.
Language : Anglais
Doc n° : 18233
NumRec : 1823303
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agebrief2.PDF
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