The Economics of Aging (International Library of Critical

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The program, which develops knowledge and practical skills related to aging and the elderly, is designed for students interested in health, social services, social policy and research on aging-related issues. The four courses include two compulsory core courses and two seminar courses (to be chosen from a basket of four electives). Retirement planning and the retirement decision; Social Security and public transfer programs for the elderly; intra-family transfers to/from the elderly; private pensions; financing medical care for the elderly; prospects and issues for the future.

Pages: 656

Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (June 1995)

ISBN: 1852788275

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