Age and Ageing Policy in Germany

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Like all other advanced Western societies, Germany is coming to terms with the phenomenon of an ageing population. The demographic challenge posed by population ageing is generally seen in terms of potential crisis in the funding of health and social programmes. Some social scientists have even suggested that the early decades of the next century will be marked by conflict between the generations, with young and old competing for increasingly scarce resources. This is the first book written in English to address ...

Age and Ageing Policy in Germany 1998, Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, New York

ISBN-13: 9781859731918

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