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Ageing & Society
ABSTRACTThe social division of welfare literature emphasises the extent to which occupational-pension provision is distributed on the basis of class and gender. As most previous commentators have at least implicitly recognised, however, a significant proportion of less advantaged people are covered. This paper argues that the patterns of access and their distributional consequences must be considered more systematically, and that in this context, the diversity of employers' pension schemes aredoi:10.1017/s0144686x07006873 fatcat:dln4epmg35dylo3l3gsbgvisba