Taking age equality seriously : the example of mandatory retirement : a comparative legal analysis between Norway and Germany in light of Council Directive 2000/78/EC / Melanie Regine Hack, Ph.D.
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Oslo legal studies ; v. 1.
Originally presented as the author's thesis (doctoral)--University of Oslo, 2016.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 401-423).
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction Perspectives and methodology The concept of mandatory retirement Mandatory retirement and the concept of ageism Mandatory retirement and the concept of age equality Mandatory retirement from a gerontological perspective Mandatory retirement, the labour-market situation and demographical findings Implications of the gerontological, demographical and statistical findings of the labour market for the analysis of mandatory retirement Prohibition against age discrimination in human rights law Prohibition against age discrimination in EU primary and secondary law Prohibition against age discrimination in Norwegian and German law Justifying direct age discrimination in the case of mandatory retirement: General considerations Mandatory retirement in medical professions: The example of physicians Mandatory retirement in higher education: The example of public university professors Mandatory retirement in security-relevant professions: The example of pilots De lege ferenda considerations Final remarks and key findings.