Ius Comparatum - Global Studies in Comparative Law, 2214-6881 ; 49
This book addresses the universal and topical question of solidarity across generations from a comparative perspective, with a particular focus on the legal issues concerning retirement pensions, the poverty in the elderly, long-term care, as well as state interventions and family support for those at risk. Drawing on insights from the interface between family law, administrative law and social law, it examines 13 countries on different continents, and also briefly covers a number of additional countries in the introduction. This book is a based on the discussions and exchanges at the 20th General Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, in Fukuoka, Japan.
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Part I General Report Solidarity between generations from comparative law perspective - Reconfiguration of different types of solidarity in the contexte of aging society Part II Solidarity through pension systems Elements of generational solidarity in the German pension system Beyond the Formal Principle of Intergenerational Sustainability in the Italian Social Security System Les réformes des pensions en Belgique au regard du droit à la sécurité sociale et du principe de standstill prévu à l'article 23 de la Constitution belge La Solidarité Entre Générations Au Sein Du Système De Retraite Français Intergenerational solidarity in the Spanish social security system Le Principe de la Solidarité entre Génération Appliqué au Régime Brésilien de Sécurité Sociale Solidarity across Generations in Japanese Public Pension System Part III Different types of solidarity facing the needs of elderly people Long-Term Elderly Care, Family and Money in Aging Finland Solidarity across Generations in England and Wales The elderly and their families - the Hungarian context Support, Care and Employment for the Elderly: Examining the Law and Policy in Singapore From Tradition to Transformation: How to Provide the Long-term Care to the Elderly People in China? Solidarity between Generations in South Africa: Contemporary Challenges and Prospects .
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