Влияние здоровья на предложение труда лиц пенсионного возраста
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XV апрельская международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества: в 4-х книгах
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Влияние социально-экономических факторов на оценку пожилыми людьми собственного социального статуса. Межстрановые сравнения
Козлов В. А. В кн.: Социология и общество: глобальные вызовы и региональное развитие: Материалы IV Очередного Всероссийского социологического конгресса. М.: РОС, 2012. Гл. 4. С. 8049-8058.
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Предметная характеристика медицинской деятельности как основа ее уголовно-правовой охраны (опыт России, США, Франции)
Нагорная И. И. Право и политика. 2012. № 5. С. 887-896.
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Рамонов А. В. Социологические исследования. 2012. Т. 335. № 3. С. 104-116.
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Герасимова В. Ю., Козлов В. А. В кн.: Демографические аспекты социально-экономического развития. Вып. 22. М.: МАКС Пресс, 2012. С. 148-180.
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Zelikova Y. A. Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2013. No. 21.
This paper aims to identify and analyze the life course and contextual factors that influence the subjective well-being (SWB) of individuals over 60 years of age. Our research is based on the results of the 5th wave of the World Value Survey. We have investigated the level of SWB for older people at both the individual and country level. The results of our research demonstrate that the strongest predictors of SWB later in life are satisfaction with one’s financial state, health, and a sense of control, meaning the belief that individuals are in control of their lives. Besides this, the important factors of SWB for older people are the ability to establish and maintain friendly relations with other people, such as family members and friends, and to invest their own resources in positive emotions and important relationships for themselves. Older people from ex-communist countries have the lowest level of SWB. Older people from English-speaking countries, such as the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, have, by contrast, the highest level of SWB. These results suggest that the degree of modernization influences SWB levels very strongly. For older people, the country in which they live, the level of democracy, GDP per capita, freedom, and tolerance are very important. In contemporary society, the later period of life is a time for self-realization, new activities, new leisure, and new emotions. If society understands the needs of older people and provides opportunities for their realization, society can overcome the challenges caused by population aging. Only then can we discuss the concept of ‘successful aging’.
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Щербакова Е. М. В кн.: Население России 2008: Шестнадцатый ежегодный демографический доклад. М.: Издательский дом ГУ-ВШЭ, 2010. С. 296-349.
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Капелюшников Р. И. Проблемы рынка труда. WP3. Высшая школа экономики, 2012. № 06.
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Rising life expectancy and an aging population highlight the need for appropriate government policies to transform of the role of the elderly from a dependent part of the population to an economically active one. This paper aims to measure active aging of the elderly in Russia. We review definitions of active aging and base our research on the concept of the World Health Organization. Active aging is characterized by three components: health, participation, and security. We select indicators for these components and aggregate them into three sub-indexes which become the outcome index of active aging. As a result, the sample is divided into two groups of elderly people in Russia, “actively aging” and “inactively aging”. The empirical research is based on the Study of Global Ageing and Adult Health (SAGE). Our findings show that 70% of the elderly population are at the intersection of “health” and “participation in social activities”; 61,2% between “health” and “security”; 73,5% between “security” and “participation in social activities”. Overall, 58,5% of Russian senior citizens meet all three criteria of active aging, thus creating a great challenge for policy response.
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