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Conflicting Trends in The Netherlands

Jan Baars
2000 The gerontologist  
Acknowledgment Acknowledgments This essay is in the public domain. Acknowledgment Acknowledgments Dr. Foner is now retired from Rutgers University. Address correspondence to Dr. Anne Foner, 200  ...  People are living longer and healthier, and nearly one third of the average adult life is now spent in retirement.  ...  I first discuss these trends-demographic change, revisions in Social Security retirement rules, and employment changes.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/40.3.302 pmid:10853523 fatcat:lfn7dyo7pveepl3aqd4wlkk4si

Current Trends in Retirement

Megan C. Lytle, Megan E. Clancy, Pamela F. Foley, Elizabeth W. Cotter
2015 Journal of Career Development  
This paper provides an overview of emerging trends in retirement, examines demographic trends in the labor force, and provides practical recommendations for working with older workers across cultures (  ...  Although retirement trends have become more complex, there is limited empirical literature addressing this issue and the research available does not attend to the needs of a diverse workforce.  ...  Delaying retirement could substantially raise an individual's standard of living in retirement, as working longer allows for older adults to earn more money, build up larger 401(k) balances, and accumulate  ... 
doi:10.1177/0894845314545785 pmid:26034345 pmcid:PMC4448755 fatcat:khwlo2dpmvhvfnnsd7jutmxory

Causes and consequences of increased aging trend in modern society

Dragana Vilić
2017 Социолошки дискурс  
In recent years, the attitude towards old people andthe experience of aging have changed due to an improvement of theoverall quality of life (working and living conditions, progress in thefield of medicine  ...  The most important demographic characteristicsthat cause aging of the population in modern society are: lower fertility,lower mortality (especially the older groups) and migrations.Accelerated aging of  ...  solidarity, longer service life and ability to work, dignity, health and independence of older people.  ... 
doi:10.7251/socen1712005v fatcat:y4jidlvgrzfkjbxvt2m7ndwoke

Trends, Issues, Perspectives, and Values for the Aging of the Baby Boom Cohorts

J. M. Cornman, E. R. Kingson
1996 The gerontologist  
Even absent the demographic "bulge," the number and proportion of people living longer would have continued to increase, as they have since the beginning of the century.  ...  Even though we know the number of people living longer is increasing dramatically, and even though the idea of growing older is hardly new, the concept is elusive because the scientific, social, political  ...  (Note: the projected financing problems in the Medicare trust funds are more severe and the solutions more complex.)  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/36.1.15 pmid:8932405 fatcat:l5zajcqe7zgqvdazutf6ya7vhq

Retirement Policies and the Life Cycle: Current Trends and Future Prospects

William A. Jackson
2009 Review of Political Economy  
Article: Jackson, W. orcid.org/0000-0001-5194-7307 (2009) Retirement policies and the life cycle : current trends and future prospects.  ...  This paper assesses current trends, asking whether they do indicate major changes in the life cycle, and considers the flexibility of retirement, paying particular attention to the influence of government  ...  Since the 1980s, however, fears over pension finance have aroused demands for later retirement and longer working lives, to the extent that previous trends may be halted and reversed.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09538250903215823 fatcat:nreijerdm5bdxfe6ipqhalckne

Financial Markets Trend: Ageing and Pension System Reform

Ida Claudia Panetta
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Given that ageing populations are driving a growing need for private form of saving for retirement, the pension fund industry is like to exert an increasing influence in the financial markets.  ...  This work reviews recent change in the pension funds industry (updated at 2006) originated from pension system reform across countries as well as risk management practices, such as ALM; the paper also  ...  In consequence, if tomorrow's pensioners wish to enjoy the same levels of retirement income in relative terms as today's, they will need to pay higher taxes, work longer or save more.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1191385 fatcat:rbx3yqapbzec5ic67tpxpy6kxe

Demographic Trends and Military Recruitment: Surprising Possibilities

George H. Quester
2005 Parameters  
The most important of these demographic factors will be the "graying" of the population, in America and all the advanced industrialized countries, as lower birthrates and longer lifespans project that  ...  T his article will attempt to project current demographic trends in the United States and abroad, along with several related determinants, a substantial distance into the future, so as to explore some  ...  upon marriage go to live with their husband's parents, and work to take care of them in their old age-all of which makes, in many societies, daughters less desirable.  ... 
doi:10.55540/0031-1723.2244 fatcat:2a6yndnc7vfexglq5bjnm63w5m

Social Security Claiming: Trends and Business Cycle Effects

Richard W. Johnson, Owen Haaga
2012 Social Science Research Network  
This study examines Social Security claiming behavior, which has important implications for older Americans and for the system itself.  ...  Retirees may begin collecting benefits as early as age 62, but early claimants receive lower monthly benefits for the rest of their lives.  ...  Changes in Social Security Changes in the retirement landscape are leading both men and women to work longer.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2004490 fatcat:xjitqmbhazb23kemvb3vbum3f4

Global Demographic Trends and Provisioning for the Future

L. Randall Wray
2006 Social Science Research Network  
The world's population is aging. Virtually no nation is immune to this demographic trend and the challenges it brings for future generations.  ...  While individuals can, and should, save financial assets for their individual retirements, society cannot prepare for waves of future retirees by accumulating financial trust funds.  ...  This results from low fertility and rising longevity, which means fewer people of working age and more years spent in retirement for a given normal retirement age.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.923845 fatcat:en6lt554e5gglctzhrfwtpxctm

Poverty Among Rural Elders: Trends, Context, and Directions for Policy

Nina Glasgow
1993 Journal of Applied Gerontology  
The effect of community of residence on rural elders' economic well-being is more likely to be through the public sector than through the local economy, as would be the case for younger poor people.  ...  A prominent trend of the last 20 years has been the rising affluence and declining poverty rates' of the elderly population of the United States (e.g., Preston, 1984) .  ...  Rural older people are slightly less likely to work than their urban counterparts (Glasgow, 1988) , and if they do work they are more likely than urban workers to have low-wage service jobs because these  ... 
doi:10.1177/073346489301200302 fatcat:rjc3227a5vhr3hef5euapsyuii

The aging population and mature entrepreneurs: Market trends and implications for entrepreneurship

Robert P. Singh
2009 New England Journal of Entrepreneurship  
Acknowledgments An earlier version of this article was presented at the 2007 UIC Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship.  ...  However, with Americans living longer, their retirement savings and pension benefits will have to be stretched over a longer period, which may increase financial pressures for older individuals.There is  ...  Encouraging and promoting entrepreneurship among the elderly may help alleviate some of the growing pressures on retirement savings as greater numbers of Americans live longer.  ... 
doi:10.1108/neje-12-01-2009-b004 fatcat:4y6uc2dw3raurfv3udyhjdftry

Disability--Global Trends and International Perspectives

LES MAYHEW
2003 Innovation. The European Journal of Social Sciences  
Acknowledgments An earlier version of this paper was presented at 'New Beginnings', a symposium on disability organized by UNUM Limited held at the Royal Society of Arts in London on 22nd March 2001.  ...  Another trend in labour markets is the tendency towards part-time work and less secure terms of employment.  ...  In general, the success of back-to-work or retention strategies for disabled people need to viewed in a more limited context and evaluated against the target groups the strategies are intended to assist  ... 
doi:10.1080/13511610304511 fatcat:gmkf2d75hndp3nre6tfbqz2lrm

On Household Wealth Trends in Sweden over the 1990s

N. Anders Klevmarken
2003 Social Science Research Network  
The implicit wealth in the form of these claims dominates private wealth in most Swedish households, and in this paper it is argued that private life-cycle savings have been small in Sweden.  ...  Most of these savings have been done though the public pension systems.  ...  The share of single women is high among old people and single women have more than 100 000 crowns less in wealth than single men and about 70 000 less than married.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.472383 fatcat:vcudcy7m6reell2xis3sqcv6eu

Consumption and Saving Behaviour: Modelling Recent Trends

ORAZIO ATTANASIO
1997 Fiscal studies  
This paper illustrates recent trends in household consumption and personal savings in the UK and the US and discusses some theoretical models that can be used to interpret them.  ...  The corresponding variable in the UK has undergone large fluctuations, as have several other variables ranging from projected demographic trends to female labour supply.  ...  trends and facts reported in the more descriptive literature.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1475-5890.1997.tb00252.x fatcat:6xbrurgnrnbgrddlisloxybj7i

Global Demographic Trends and Provisioning for the Future [chapter]

L. Randall Wray, Richard Startz
2007 Government Spending on the Elderly  
ABSTRACT The world's population is aging. Virtually no nation is immune to this demographic trend and the challenges it brings for future generations.  ...  While individuals can, and should, save financial assets for their individual retirements, society cannot prepare for waves of future retirees by accumulating financial trust funds.  ...  This results from low fertility and rising longevity, which means fewer people of working age and more years spent in retirement for a given normal retirement age.  ... 
doi:10.1057/9780230591448_3 fatcat:7uejgmcq7fcl5kt3va75lptaqm
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