Retirement in the Nordic Countries
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Published by Nordic Council of Ministers .
Written in English


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Retirement in the Nordic Countries Prospects and Proposals for Reform Prepared for the Nordic Council of Ministers Tryggvi Thor Herbertsson University of Iceland J. Michael Orszag Birkbeck College Peter R. Orszag Sebago Associates, Size: KB. TY - BOOK. T1 - Down and out - or free at last? T2 - Causes and effects of early exit/retirement in the Nordic countries. A2 - Jensen, Per H. A2 - Øverbye, EinarAuthor: Per H. Jensen, Einar Øverbye. The labour force in Nordic countries will change over the next few years. Absent additional pension policy changes, a majority of working persons age 50 and older will retire by Average retirement age varies by educational level, field of study and country. In a number of OECD countries, including France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands and the Nordic countries, partial pensions and partial disability benefits are currently considered as.

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