Vienna Institute of Demography (Ed.)


Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2019

Special issue on Population ageing and intergenerational redistribution

ISSN 1728-4414
Print Edition
ISSN 1728-5305
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8562-8
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8491-1
Online Edition
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2019 
2019, ONLINE FIRST  221 Seiten, 24x17cm, broschiert
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Introduction

Analyzing population ageing and intergenerational redistribution: NTA and AGENTA
Ronald Lee and Andrew Mason

Research Articles

Welfare state winners and losers in ageing societies
Miguel S´anchez-Romero, Gemma Ab´ıo, Montserrat Botey, Alexia Prskawetz, Joze Sambt, Meritxell Sole Juves, Guadalupe Souto, Lili Vargha and Concepcio Patxot

Intergenerational inequalities in mortality-adjusted disposable incomes
Hippolyte d’Albis and Ikpidi Badji

Welfare state and the age distribution of public consumption and public transfers in the EU countries
Agnieszka Chło´n-Domi´nczak, Anita Abramowska-Kmon, Irena E. Kotowska, Wojciech Łatkowski and Paweł Strzelecki

Extending working life: experiences from Sweden, 1981–2011
Haodong Qi, Kirk Scott and Tommy Bengtsson

Historical patterns of unpaid work in Europe: NTTA results by age and gender
Ana Seme, Lili Vargha, Tanja Istenic and Joze Sambt

Italians’ use of time during the economic crisis: implications for the gender division of labour
Marina Zannella and Alessandra De Rose

Transfers of informal care time in the United States: the role of demographic differentials in intergenerational flows by age, sex, and racial and national background
Denys Dukhovnov and Emilio Zagheni

Data and Trends

European National (Time) Transfer Accounts
Tanja Istenic, Bernhard Hammer and Alexia Prskawetz

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Vienna Institute of Demography (Ed.)


Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2019

Special issue on Population ageing and intergenerational redistribution

ISSN 1728-4414
Print Edition
ISSN 1728-5305
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8562-8
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8491-1
Online Edition
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2019 
2019, ONLINE FIRST  221 Seiten, 24x17cm, broschiert
Open access


Haodong Qi, Kirk Scott, Tommy Bengtsson
PDF Icon  Extending working life: experiences from Sweden, 1981–2011 ()
S.  099 - 120
doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2019s099

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doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2019s099
Abstract:
Population ageing is making it increasingly diffcult for countries to sustain their current levels social welfare transfers from the economically active population to the dependent elderly. To meet this challenge, the Swedish government has implemented various reforms since the 1990s aimed at reducing incentives to take early retirement. However, a critical question has emerged in response to these reforms: namely, whether members of certain socially and demographically disadvantaged groups will, in practice, be able to work longer. This paper provides a detailed overview of retirement trends in Sweden, disaggregated by educational attainment, health status, and country of birth. Our results show that the growth pattern in the average effective retirement age since the mid-1990s was shared by individuals regardless of their educational level, health status, or country of birth. This shared growth pattern suggests that it is possible to extend the working lives of all groups of individuals, regardless of their socio-economic and demographic characteristics.

Published Online:  2019/12/03 08:34:42
Document Date:  2019/12/02 13:06:00
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Introduction

Analyzing population ageing and intergenerational redistribution: NTA and AGENTA
Ronald Lee and Andrew Mason

Research Articles

Welfare state winners and losers in ageing societies
Miguel S´anchez-Romero, Gemma Ab´ıo, Montserrat Botey, Alexia Prskawetz, Joze Sambt, Meritxell Sole Juves, Guadalupe Souto, Lili Vargha and Concepcio Patxot

Intergenerational inequalities in mortality-adjusted disposable incomes
Hippolyte d’Albis and Ikpidi Badji

Welfare state and the age distribution of public consumption and public transfers in the EU countries
Agnieszka Chło´n-Domi´nczak, Anita Abramowska-Kmon, Irena E. Kotowska, Wojciech Łatkowski and Paweł Strzelecki

Extending working life: experiences from Sweden, 1981–2011
Haodong Qi, Kirk Scott and Tommy Bengtsson

Historical patterns of unpaid work in Europe: NTTA results by age and gender
Ana Seme, Lili Vargha, Tanja Istenic and Joze Sambt

Italians’ use of time during the economic crisis: implications for the gender division of labour
Marina Zannella and Alessandra De Rose

Transfers of informal care time in the United States: the role of demographic differentials in intergenerational flows by age, sex, and racial and national background
Denys Dukhovnov and Emilio Zagheni

Data and Trends

European National (Time) Transfer Accounts
Tanja Istenic, Bernhard Hammer and Alexia Prskawetz



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