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Who Wants to Retire and Who Can Afford to Retire?

Worldwide life expectancy has increased and, as such, this book examines different aspects of aging from societal and political perspectives. Written by reputable academics working at universities around the world (Australia, New Zealand, Portugal, Taiwan, Tanzania, Russia), this book takes a kaleidoscope view of how different societies handle their aging population.

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Who Wants to Retire and Who Can Afford to Retire?Edited by Ingrid Muenstermann

Published: December 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77921

ISBN: 978-1-83962-477-3

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-476-6

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-478-0

Copyright year: 2020

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2 Dimensions Citations


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1. Addressing the Pension Decumulation Phase of Employee Retirement Planning

By Jorge Miguel Ventura Bravo


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2. The Age Pension Means Tests: Contorting Australian Retirement

By Anthony Asher and John De Ravin


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3. Pathways to Retirement in Taiwan: Do Ethnicity and Cohort Matter?

By Fang-Yi Huang and Monika Ardelt


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4. Alternatives to Serve the Interests of Russian Pensioners

By Elena Ivanovna Kulikova


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5. Called to Plan: Changing Patterns and Perceptions of Retirement for Australian and New Zealand Faith-Based Ministers

By Bernadene Erasmus and Peter John Morey


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6. Lifestyles, Health, and Life Satisfaction among the Portuguese Seniors

By Aida Isabel Tavares


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7. Retired but Not Tired: Entrepreneurial Motives and Performance among Retired Public Servants in Tanzania

By Anselm Namala and Mursali A. Milanzi


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8. The End of the Retirement “Age”: How the New World of Work Is Transforming the Old World of Retirement

By Veronica Sheen


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