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"Muu" projekt AU/714
AU/714 "Makrotegurite mõju sunnitud ja vabatahtlikule varajasele pensionilejäämisele laienenud Euroopas (1.01.2014−30.06.2015)", Marge Unt, Tallinna Ülikool, Tallinna Ülikool, Rahvusvaheliste ja Sotsiaaluuringute Instituut.
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AU/714
Makrotegurite mõju sunnitud ja vabatahtlikule varajasele pensionilejäämisele laienenud Euroopas
The Effects of Macro-Societal Configurations on the Timing of ‘Involuntary’ and ‘Voluntary’ Early Retirement in Enlarged Europe
Makrotegurite mõju sunnitud ja vabatahtlikule varajasele pensionilejäämisele laienenud Euroopas
1.01.2014
30.06.2015
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
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Annual GDN Regional Research Competition
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Tallinna Ülikoolkoordinaator01.01.2014−30.06.2015
Tallinna Ülikool, Rahvusvaheliste ja Sotsiaaluuringute Instituutkoordinaator01.01.2014−30.06.2015
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GERGE-Ei Foundation
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01.01.2014−30.06.20155 914,50 EUR
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European labour markets have long been characterised by early employment exits of late-career workers well before reaching official retirement ages; a trend increasingly considered unsustainable in times of demographic ageing. However, despite recent policy reforms to prolong working life, older workers’ employment has increased only moderately and their labour market integration remains deficient. One major obstacle for raising old-age employment has been a limited understanding of the various ‘drivers’ of early exit. Against this background, the project will analyse the impact of cross-nationally varying macro-societal configurations on "involuntary" and "voluntary" early retirement patterns in enlarged Europe. What will affect individual level outcomes in different countries? We would like to go beyond usual push-pull divide (social security and labour market) and explore in addition "stay factors", socio-demographic characteristics, age culture and care regime. We will use SHARE 2010 individual level data and combine it with macro indicators from large scale institutional data (Eurostat, OECD, UN, MISSOC) or from aggregate data of international labour force surveys or Eurobarometer survey. We will apply a general multilevel competing risks model for event history data.
European labour markets have long been characterised by early employment exits of late-career workers well before reaching official retirement ages; a trend increasingly considered unsustainable in times of demographic ageing. However, despite recent policy reforms to prolong working life, older workers’ employment has increased only moderately and their labour market integration remains deficient. One major obstacle for raising old-age employment has been a limited understanding of the various ‘drivers’ of early exit. Against this background, the project will analyse the impact of cross-nationally varying macro-societal configurations on "involuntary" and "voluntary" early retirement patterns in enlarged Europe. What will affect individual level outcomes in different countries? We would like to go beyond usual push-pull divide (social security and labour market) and explore in addition "stay factors", socio-demographic characteristics, age culture and care regime. We will use SHARE 2010 individual level data and combine it with macro indicators from large scale institutional data (Eurostat, OECD, UN, MISSOC) or from aggregate data of international labour force surveys or Eurobarometer survey. We will apply a general multilevel competing risks model for event history data.
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