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Morals and Policy: Public Duty and Private Responsibilities in the Employment to Retirement Transition
SPRC Discussion Paper; 113
The period of welfare state restructuring has seen a resurgence of concern, in both policy and popular opinion, with the balance of rights and duties attached to claims for community support. Curiously, contemporary debates about 'welfare reform' have had little to say about economic support in retirement. This paper is concerned with how policy for the transition from employment to retirement figures in a changing discursive landscape of social policy citizenship. Examining the views of adoi:10.26190/unsworks/245 fatcat:oyle2znmivdqzmt3tnjxn3ahc4