Retirement at the Cross-Roads

— Tasks and Problems Under Changing Economic and Demographic Conditions. Some Introductory Remarks —
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In the light of current labour market conditions and social security financing earlier or later retirement, full or gradual retirement are topics of political debate in most of the developed western countries. However, present problems and future objectives are often in conflict and this is a source of difficulty for political decision making. Experiences and expectations for the future often differ widely.


Social Security Early Retirement Labour Market Condition Pension Scheme Occupational Pension 
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