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Ageing and the Labour Market

Han Emanuel

Ageing and the Labour Market

Issues and Solutions

by Han Emanuel

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Published by Intersentia Uitgevers N V .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Law

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12806443M
    ISBN 109050955657
    ISBN 109789050955652

    Ageing Labour Forces by Philip Taylor, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. This book is a concerted attempt by economists to investigate and offer remedies for some of the difficulties associated with an ageing labor market. The economic problems of ageing combined with a declining population manifest themselves most acutely in the present Japanese economy. Demographic trends present serious social and economic problems for Japan, and the rest of .

    Starting from the theoretical-political paradigm of activation, the chapter analyses welfare reforms (focusing on pension and labour policies) in two European countries: France and Italy. Special attention is given to the intergenerational approach implemented in recent years, following international agencies’ recommendations. First evaluations of the devices put in practice to Author: Barbara Barabaschi. This article analyses the effect of labour force ageing on labour productivity. This is a relevant area of research, given that population ageing has been catalogued as one of the major demographic trends of the present century and is a phenomenon that will influence practically all countries in the coming decades [1,2].For this reason, the description, analysis, and Cited by: 1.

    This book deals with active ageing and labour law and is dedicated to professor Roger Blanpain at the occasion of his 80th anniversary. For the European Union, active ageing means growing old in good health and as a full member of society, feeling more fulfilled in our jobs, more independent in our daily lives and more involved as citizens. The book broadens the understanding on the aged and facilitates their integration in the society so that they can age more actively. Active Ageing and Labour Market Engagementoffers an analytical perspective to professionals, researchers, and policy makers interested in gerontology.


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This book is a concerted attempt by economists to investigate and offer remedies for some of the difficulties associated with an ageing labor market. The economic problems of ageing combined with a declining population manifest themselves most acutely in the present Japanese : Hardcover.

The book broadens the understanding on the aged and facilitates their integration in the society so that they can age more actively. Active Ageing and Labour Market Engagement offers an analytical perspective to professionals, researchers, and policy makers interested in Author: Zakir Husain.

In this volume, leading demographers and labour economists review the implications of the ageing of the European labour force and total population. They consider possible policies to improve the quantity and quality of the labour force, through education, employment incentives and selective immigration : Paperback.

Ageing and the Labour Market: Issues and Solutions This book originates from the widespread concern about the ageing of the population, experienced or expected in many industrialised countries, and its possible impact on economic growth. The book provides an interesting analysis of the time-use data to examine the extent to which active ageing is occurring in India.

It also provides an overview of social and economic issues of elderly in India and presents an analysis about the contribution of the aged to the family welfare. 'This book makes an important contribution to the policy debate about age and the workforce, and will be valuable both to academic researchers interested in the labour market and ageing policy.

‘ the book is to be highly recommended to economic and labour market analysts as well as academics and graduate students for raising some important questions and coming to grips with many new interesting puzzles in economics.

Hamada and Kato have raised the bar of economic analysis of ageing and elderly care.’ – Herb Thompson, Journal of Contemporary Asia. The book challenges myths and oft-accepted statements made by policy-makers and other commentators about population ageing, older workers' position in the labour market and in workplaces, and social supports for this segment of the labour force.

Migration of labour from places with young populations to places with ageing populations is sometimes seen in a positive light and sometimes quite differently. With chapters reflecting different perspectives from around the world, this book constitutes a major contribution to serious, informed debate on issues that all too often have been the Cited by: 7.

Labour Market: A labour market is the place where workers and employees interact with each other. In the labour market, employers compete to hire the best, and the workers compete for the best satisfying job. Description: A labour market in an economy functions with demand and supply of labour.

In this market, labour demand is the firm's. The ageing of the global population has led to calls to prolong working lives in order reduce social welfare costs and to maintain an adequate supply of labour. Internationally, efforts are underway to push out the age of final labour market withdrawal.

Get this from a library. Ageing labour forces: promises and prospects. [Philip Taylor;] -- "This book considers the changing status of older workers, the evolution of public policy on age and work, and the behaviour of employers.

It attempts to answer the critical question: in an ageing. Downloadable. Poland risks getting old before getting rich. The share of working age population is going down, while that of older population is increasing rapidly.

There are more and more older workers among the working age population. This volume shows that these trends are likely to have a negative impact on employment, and consequently on national income and social : Piotr Bledowski, Agnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Agnieszka Fihel, Aneta Kiełczewska, Irena E.

Kotowska, P. The book provides an interesting analysis of the time-use data to examine the extent to which active ageing is occurring in India. It also synthesizes data from the National Sample Survey Office All I Active Ageing and Labour Market Engagement Evidence from Eastern India.

Authors (view affiliations) Zakir Husain; Book. Ageing and the labor market in Japan: problems and policies. is a concerted attempt by economists to investigate and offer remedies for some of the difficulties associated with an ageing labor market. Rating: (not ' the book is to be highly recommended to economic and labour market analysts as well as academics and graduate.

Talk of a demographic time bomb is not new. The notion first entered public consciousness some time ago, but there is a lack of clarity about what such talk is really all about. Ageing populations are seen both as a threat and an opportunity. There. OLDER WORKERS IN PROFILE Demographic Change and Workforce Ageing Japan has been experiencing the most rapid population ageing in the world.

The percentage of those aged 65 or over was 7 per cent in14 per cent inand is estimated to be 25 per cent in (National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, hereafter Cited by: 5. "Chapter Fifty-Two. Labour market and labour market policies for the ageing society" published on 01 Jan by : Hendrik Meyer-Ohle.

There are two conflicting trends in Europe: a demographic shift towards population ageing, and a massive decrease in the labour force participation of older workers (aged 50 years and over).

This captivating book offers a refined and authoritative understanding of these trends and the two socio-economic concerns of most European welfare states that have been re. There are two conflicting trends in Europe: a demographic shift towards population ageing, and a massive decrease in the labour force participation of older workers (aged 50 years and over).

This captivating book offers a refined and authoritative understanding of these trends and the two socio-economic concerns of most European welfare states. Labour market demographics in much of the industrialised world are changing; workforces are ageing (Truxillo and Fraccaroli ), while at the same.

Because the population is ageing, the workforce is also ageing, and ageism in the workplace has become increasingly evident. Measuring and analysing ageist attitudes, values, and perceptions among the general population is a more common practice than researching ageism in the workplace or in the labour market (e.g., Ayalon ).However, there are some Cited by: 1.

There are two conflicting trends in Europe: a demographic shift towards population ageing, and a massive decrease in the labour force participation of older workers (aged 50 years and over). This captivating book offers a refined and authoritative understanding of these trends and the two socio-economic concerns of most European welfare states Cited by: