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Active ageing in Europe : methods, policies, and institutions ; Austrian country report

Aktives Altern in Europa : Vorgehensweisen, Politiken und Institutionen ; Länderbericht Österreich
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Ney, Steven

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Corporate Editor Interdisciplinary Centre for Comparative Research in the Social Sciences (ICCR)
Abstract Contents: Introduction; 1 The Institutional Topography of the Ageing Issue in Austria; 1.1 Core and Peripheral Organisational Networks in Austrian Policy Domains; 1.2 Balanced and Imbalanced Policy Domains; 2 Visions and Divisions: the Austrian Policy Debate; 2.1 Marginal Insiders and Outsiders; 2.2 The Hidden Divide: Productive Ageing versus Senior Citizenship; 2.3 The Structure of the Austrian Active Ageing Debate(s); 3 The Austrian Policy Landscape; 3.1 Creating Capabilities; 3.2 Recognising Capabilities; 3.3 Exploiting Capabilities; 4 Conclusion: Barriers to and Opportunities for Active Ageing Policies in Austria.
Keywords aging; elderly; activity; Austria; population development; demographic aging; politics; political institution; political action; political actor; network; social structure; welfare state; political reform; social security; health care delivery system; pension insurance; provision for old age; funding
Classification Family Policy, Youth Policy, Policy on the Elderly; Gerontology; Population Studies, Sociology of Population
Method descriptive study
Document language English
Publication Year 2004
City Wien
Page/Pages 43 p.
Series ICCR Research Report
Status Published Version
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications
data provider This metadata entry was indexed by the Special Subject Collection Social Sciences, USB Cologne