Population Aging and Life-Course Flexibility
An aging population and high retirement levels often result in a smaller labour force. This project explored how policy might address the problem while also allowing people more choice in how they allocate time to work and other activities.
- Project Report
- Encouraging Choice in Work and Retirement
- Policy Brief
- Are Today's Working Canadians Saving Enough for Tomorrow's Retirement?
- Adequacy and individual agency in retirement planning
- Discussion Paper
- The Pivotal Role of Increased Choice in the Retirement Decision
- A Life-Course Approach to Social Policy Analysis
- Views on Life-Course Flexibility and Canada's Aging Population
- Briefing Note
- The Federal Public Service Case Study
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