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- Intergenerational Bargaining, EU Age Discrimination Law and EU Policies - an Integrated Analysis
- Number of pages
- Amsterdam: AIAS - iNGenBar
- Document type
- Faculty of Law (FdR)
- Hugo Sinzheimer Instituut (HSI)
This report aims to provide a discussion and analysis of EU age discrimination law and EU policies for younger and older workers and persons, and the interaction of law and policies. Furthermore, the ways in which EU law and policies hinder or enable intergenerational bargaining and age-related regulation and measures for younger and older workers will be investigated. In this regard intergenerational bargaining refers to the integration of policies and strategies for younger and older workers through collective bargaining and social dialogue. Younger and older workers must be defined in a contextual way. EU statistics often cover the age groups of 15-24 and 55-64. EU legislation and policy initiatives may have a different and broader scope; for example, when it comes to policy initiatives the notion of younger persons often refers to persons up to the age of 29.
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