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Le condizioni contrattuali e previdenziali del lavoro degli anziani: politiche e interventi di attivazione

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  • Marco Accorinti
  • Paolo Calza Bini

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Contractual and social security work conditions of senior citizens: policies and activation operations - Within the research project Overcoming the barriers and seizing the opportunities for Active Ageing Policies in Europe, the Italian part being carried out by the IRPPS-CNR, there has been an in-depth study of the dynamics regarding population ageing and the social security system in Italy, in the light of the notion of activation - one of the main inspiring criteria of the European Employment Strategy. The paper presents comparative European research work that has highlighted the need to deal with the old age - social security link through an integrated group of diversified policies that consider above all employment policies, life schedules and social protection. The text furthermore presents nine European experiments of gradual retirement. Keywords: Senior citizen workers, Social security, Welfare, Leave. Parole Chiave: Lavoratori Anziani, Previdenza, Welfare, Aspettative.

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  • Marco Accorinti & Paolo Calza Bini, 2009. "Le condizioni contrattuali e previdenziali del lavoro degli anziani: politiche e interventi di attivazione," ARGOMENTI, FrancoAngeli Editore, vol. 2009(25), pages 31-58.
  • Handle: RePEc:fan:argarg:v:html10.3280/arg2009-025002
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