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Elder law. Evolving European perspectives.

Author: Ann Numhauser-Henning
Publisher: London : Edward Elgar 2017.
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Population ageing poses a huge challenge to law and society, carrying important structural and institutional implications. This book portrays elder law as an emerging research discipline in the European setting in terms of both conceptual and theoretical perspectives as well as elements of the law. Providing a deepened understanding of population ageing in terms of vulnerability, intergenerational conflict and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Numhauser-Henning
ISBN: 9781785369087 1785369083
OCLC Number: 1019668215
Description: 432 pages
Contents: Contents:Preface PART I INTRODUCTION1. Introduction Ann Numhauser-Henning2. Demographic Developments and Economic Challenges in an Ageing Europe Kirk ScottPART II CONCEPTUAL AND THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES 3. Dignity, Disadvantage, and Age: Putting Constitutional and Fundamental Rights to Work for Older Workers Judy Fudge4. The Elder Law Individual Versus Societal Dichotomy - A European Perspective Ann Numhauser-Henning5. Vulnerability and AgeingTitti Mattsson and Mirjam Katzin 6. Intergenerational Aspects of Elder Law: Conflict, Solidarity - or Ambivalence Jenny Julen Votinius and Mia Roennmar PART III ELEMENTS OF ELDER LAW7. Equal Treatment and Age-Discrimination - Inside and Outside Working Life Ann Numhauser-Henning, Jenny Julen Votinius and Ania Zbyszewska8. The Rationales of Government Action on Ageing and the Extension of Working Lives Alysia Blackham, Miriam Kullmann, Hanna Pettersson and Ania Zbyszewska9. Employment Protection and Older Workers Mia Roennmar, Miriam Kullmann, Ann Numhauser-Henning and Carin Ulander-Wanman10. Prolonged Working Life and Flexible Retirement in Public and Occupational Pension Schemes Andreas Inghammar, Cecile Brokelind and Per Norberg11. Migrant Pensioners - Taxation and Healthcare Issues in the EUCecile Brokelind and Martina Axmin, 12. Legal Approaches to Private and Public Responsibilities for Elder CareHanna Pettersson and Mirjam Katzin13. Perspectives on Solidarity in Social Security, Healthcare, and Medical Research Titti Mattsson, Martina Axmin and Emma Holm14. New Legal Conflicts in an Old Legal Context: The Law of Inheritance and its Challenges in the Twenty-first Century in the Perspective of the Ageing Individual Elsa Trolle OEnnerfors15. Dementia and AutonomyEva RyrstedtIndex
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