Ageing in Europe: What Can We Learn from the Europanel?
This paper describes what the European Community Household Panel (Echp) can tell us about health status, labour force behaviour, income and wealth of the elderly across the European Union (EU). Information of this kind is very important for public policy given the rapidly increasing share of the elderly in the European population.
KeywordsEuropean Union Personal Income Home Ownership Exit Rate Labour Force Survey
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