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Life Situation as a Factor Explaining Retirement

  • Jouko Lind

Abstract

Withdrawal from labour force has recently become earlier and earlier in most western industrial countries. In Finland, this exit has been based on first of all various retirement systems (see Laczko and Phillipson, 1991).

Keywords

National Health Policy Disability PensIOn Life Situation Early Retirement Musculoskeletal Disease 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jouko Lind
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  1. 1.Insurance InstitutionTurkuFinland

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