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Transfers financiers intergénérationnels et familles transnationales

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Cet article porte sur les relations intergénérationnelles des familles transnationales et examine plus spécifiquement les transferts financiers intergénérationnels versés ou reçus par les immigrants communautaires vivant au Luxembourg. Il met non seulement en relief les spécificités des différents systèmes de sécurité sociale européens en matière de relations intergénérationnelles, mais identifient également quelques-unes des conséquences que ces spécificités ont pour certaines catégories d?immigrants, notamment les immigrants portugais. Il montre comment, dans un contexte migratoire, la rencontre entre les exigences relatives à deux systèmes de sécurité sociale, conçus généralement dans une perspective où les générations cohabitent au sein d?un même pays, peut contribuer à accroître les inégalités sociales, et ce, même à l?intérieur d?une zone où plusieurs efforts d?harmonisation des systèmes nationaux de sécurité sociale ont été faits. Cet article s?inscrit dans le cadre du projet Relations entre générations au Luxembourg : solidarité, ambivalence, conflit ?, financé par le Fonds national de la recherche dans le cadre se son programme Vivre demain au Luxembourg et mené conjointement par l?Université du Luxembourg et le CEPS/INSTEAD

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  • FLEURY Charles, 2010. "Transfers financiers intergénérationnels et familles transnationales," LISER Working Paper Series 2010-23, LISER.
  • Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2010-23
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    2. Anne H. Gauthier, 2002. "Les politiques familiales dans les pays industrialisés : y a-t-il convergence ?," Population (french edition), Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED), vol. 57(3), pages 457-484.
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    1. FLEURY Charles & BORSENBERGER Monique & CASSILDE Stéphanie & LORENTZ Nathalie, 2011. "Solidarités intergénérationnelles. Le cas de la génération pivot," LISER Working Paper Series 2011-15, LISER.
    2. FLEURY Charles & MAAS Roland & THOMAS Adrien, 2011. "Les immigrants et les syndicats," LISER Working Paper Series 2011-63, LISER.

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