- Employee financial participation in businesses: Is it worth discussing?
- Macroeconomic and fiscal challenges faced by the Southern and Eastern...
- Conceptual Framework of the Active Ageing Policies in Employment in Poland
- Conceptual Framework of the Active Ageing Policies in Employment in the...
- Special Economic Zones - 20 years later
- Future scenarios for the development of the European labour force
- Demand-driven innovation policies in the European Union
- Measuring financial stress and economic sensitivity in CEE countries
- Study to quantify and analyse the VAT Gap in the EU-27 Member States
Subscribe to CASE mailing list
Active aging - a privilege
or an obligation?
(27.03.2014) | Lucie Vidovićová
Active ageing has been one of the most important mantras of the last few decades. You can hear the call for activity in advanced ages from academics, colourful women’s magazines and politicians alike. European populations are ageing, the share and number of older people is rising with the expected peak to be around the year 2060, and if we consider older age to be a burden, we may understand the panic from the demography which has been raised by different actors.