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Aspiration à la retraite, santé et satisfaction au travail : une comparaison européenne

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  • Didier Blanchet

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    (INSEE institut national de la statistique et des études économiques)

  • Thierry Debrand

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    (IRDES institut for research and information in health economics)

Abstract

Ce travail utilise la première vague de l'enquête européenne SHARE pour analyser l'effet de l'état de santé et de la satisfaction au travail sur les préférences en matière d'âge de départ en retraite dans 10 pays européens. Les préférences concernant l'âge de départ sont mesurées par la probabilité de réponse positive à une question sur le souhait de partir à la retraite le plus rapidement possible. Nous nous intéressons aux rôles joués par la santé et les conditions de travail pour expliquer à la fois les différences de préférence au niveau individuel et les différences de préférence entre les pays. Au niveau individuel, les effets obtenus sont conformes aux attentes, mais ne contribuent que faiblement à expliquer les différences moyennes constatées entre pays. A état de santé et conditions de travail individuelles identiques, nous observons un gradient nord-sud du souhait de départ précoce à la retraite qui reste proche de l'effet brut. Ces résultats sont robustes au contrôle par des indicateurs de contexte institutionnel (générosité des systèmes de retraite) et au contrôle du biais de sélection lié au fait que la question ne touche que des individus encore en activité.

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Paper provided by IRDES institut for research and information in health economics in its series Working Papers with number DT1.

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Length: 25 pages
Date of creation: Feb 2007
Date of revision: Feb 2007
Handle: RePEc:irh:wpaper:dt1

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Keywords: Retraite; santé; conditions de travail;

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  1. Messe, P.J., 2011. "Taxation of early retirement windows and delaying retirement: The French experience," Economic Modelling, Elsevier, vol. 28(5), pages 2319-2341, September.
  2. Thierry Debrand & Pascale Lengagne, 2007. "Organisation du travail et sante des seniors en Europe," Working Papers DT3, IRDES institut for research and information in health economics, revised Feb 2007.

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