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Qualità della vita e invecchiamento della popolazione. Materiali per un’ipotesi alternativa alla questione pensionistica
Author/s: Adele Bianco 
Year:  2009 Issue: Language: Italian 
Pages:  25 Pg. 67-91 FullText PDF:  614 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SA2009-002004
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Population ageing and retirement question: an alternative approach The topic of this article is quality of life and ageing process specially focused on today young generations and their coming retirement situation. The main idea is that quality of life is increasing, that means longer, safer and better living condition; consequently positive ageing processes mean also reforming retirement sector. The hypothesis carried out in this paper is an alternative one. Despite of the positive trends, we describe how three main factor of nowadays life are, on the contrary, turning into worse condition the future of young generations and their coming life situation. Firstly we consider the socio-economic aspects, the impact on health and the implications connected with precarious work. Secondly we consider pollution and its effects on health, life quality and life expectation. Thirdly we pay attention about climate and environmental change and their effect on health, life quality and expectation. In conclusion, the retirement future of today young generations may be very different (worse) than expected. The paper in based on WHO, IPCC and European Agency for Safety and Health at Work data and reports.

Key words: Young generations; Coming quality of life; Population ageing and future of retirement question.

Parole chiave: Giovani generazioni; Qualità della vita; Invecchiamento della popolazione e pensioni.

Adele Bianco, in "RIVISTA TRIMESTRALE DI SCIENZA DELL’AMMINISTRAZIONE" 2/2009, pp. 67-91, DOI:10.3280/SA2009-002004


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