A Young Generation Under Pressure?: The Financial Situation by Lefteris Kretsos (auth.), Joerg Tremmel (eds.)

By Lefteris Kretsos (auth.), Joerg Tremmel (eds.)

Justice among generations remains to be now not as trendy on any schedule as justice among wealthy and terrible or women and men. For the 1st time, this three-part e-book explores the placement of youngsters of this day compared to their direct predecessors. the 1st half, The monetary scenario of the younger iteration in a Generational comparability, bargains with this generation's monetary status; the second one half, the frenzy Hour of existence, examines their time regulations. either are thought of from a life-course viewpoint. The 3rd half, at the route to Gerontocracy?, addresses the demographic shift in desire of the aged in getting older Western democracies.

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An International Comparison of Cohorts A solution to test this idea of a possible French exceptionalism is to compare the dynamics of incomes on the life course in contrasted nations. Four countries will be considered here: France, Italy, Denmark, and the US. This choice gives an example of four typical welfare regimes. The four countries are characterised by similar levels of development and their trends are roughly parallel, despite the American economy doing somewhat better during the 1990s (Fig.

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