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Vieillissement de la population et créativité sociale (Population ageing and social creativity)

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  • A. Goguel D'allondans

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    Vieillir, ce n’est pas seulement un problème biologique et propre à chaque individu, c’est aussi un problème économique et collectif. Alors que l’espérance de vie (en bonne santé) augmente grâce au progrès technique et médical, la période d’activité professionnelle pour une grande partie des salariés français est de plus en plus courte : entre 30 et 45 ans. Les individus de – 30 ans entrent tardivement sur la marché du travail (chômage allongement de la durée des études) et ceux de plus de 45 ans en sortent progressivement en raison des pré-retraites. Quel paradoxe ! Et surtout quel gâchis social et humain, d’autant que la génération du baby-boom arrivant à la retraite, le problème de leur financement se pose déjà avec beaucoup d’acuité. La relation âge et créativité (économique) est analysée à travers : 1) La relation âge et créativité chez les travailleurs 2) La relation âge et créativité pour les entreprises 3) La relation âge et créativité au regard de la société Abstract : To grow older is not only a biological problem, proper to each people but it is also and economic and collective problem. While expectation of life (in good health) grows thanks to technical and medical progress, the period of professional activity for a large part of French workers is shorter and shorter : between 30 and 45 years. Less than 30 years old people enter belatedly on the market labour (unemployment, studies) and more than 45 old ones leave it progressively because of "pre-retirement". What a paradox! And what a social and human mess! All the more so that the baby-boom generation attain the age of retirement. The problem of the budgeting becomes crucial. The relation between age and (economic) creativity is analysed through : 1) the relation age/creativity for workers 2) the relation age/creativity for enterprises 3) the relation age/creativity for society.

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    Paper provided by Laboratoire de Recherche sur l'Industrie et l'Innovation. ULCO / Research Unit on Industry and Innovation in its series Working Papers with number 52.

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    Length: 38 pages
    Date of creation: Mar 2002
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    Publication status: Published in Cahiers du Lab.RII, Mars 2002
    Handle: RePEc:rii:riidoc:52

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    Keywords: Créativité sociale; retraite; vieillissement; population/social creativity; ageing; retirement;

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