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Politiche di active ageing in Europa: barriere e opportunità per la loro implementazione in una analisi comparata europea

  • Livia Fay Lucianetti
  • Paolo Calza Bini
  • Silvia Lucciarini
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    Politiche di active ageing in Europa: barriere e opportunità per la loro implementazione in una analisi comparata europea - Lo scenario demografico che si prospetta in Europa nei prossimi decenni prevede un aumento della popolazione anziana e dell’indice di dipendenza. A soffrire in modo particolare della crescente disparità tra popolazione attiva e inattiva è il comparto previdenziale. L’Unione Europea promuove un aumento della partecipazione al mercato del lavoro degli anziani, sostenendo un approccio orientato al ciclo di vita e facendo propria una prospettiva comprehensive alle tematiche dell’ageing society. Obiettivo dell’articolo è quello di analizzare, ripercorrendo i risultati di una ricerca finanziata dal V programma quadro dell’Unione Europea, le barriere e le opportunità all’implementazione di politiche di active ageing in relazione al mercato del lavoro in diversi paesi europei. La rassegna delle barriere e delle opportunità nei diversi stati è presentata facendo riferimento ai regimi di welfare esping-andersiani. Parole chiave: Politiche di active ageing, politiche comparate, regimi di welfare, mercato del lavoro.

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    Volume (Year): 2008/23 (2008)
    Issue (Month): 23 ()
    Pages: 111-127

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