Longevity Policy: Facing Up to Longevity Issues Affecting Social Security, Pensions, and Older Workers
Turner argues that public policy should recognize longevity policy as a distinct policy area. Rather than separately treating issues raised by life expectancy (e.g., Social Security, pensions, older workers), a unified approach should be developed that recognizes their interrelationship.
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