Equity, Justice, Interdependence: Intergenerational Transfers and the Ageing Population

Ingrid Rydell 2005

Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 5

How the state can afford pension and healthcare costs for growing older populations, and who should carry the burden has become a central question. Thus far, focus has been on public transfers while neglecting private transfers within families. There is a tendency of considering impacts of ageing in terms of pensions, rather than health care. A gender approach shows to be fruitful in the analysis of the costs and benefits of intergenerational transfers.

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Arbetsrapport 2005 nr. 5

How the state can afford pension and healthcare costs for growing older populations, and who should carry the burden has become a central question. Thus far, focus has been on public transfers while neglecting private transfers within families. There is a tendency of considering impacts of ageing in terms of pensions, rather than health care. A gender approach shows to be fruitful in the analysis of the costs and benefits of intergenerational transfers.

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