The System of Long-Term Care in Bulgaria

by Ludmila Mincheva, Galina Kanazireva
May, 2010

Launched in January 2009, ANCIEN is a research project that runs for a 44-month period and involves 20 partners from EU member states. The project principally concerns the future of long-term care (LTC) for the elderly in Europe and addresses two questions in particular: 1) How will need, demand, supply and use of LTC develop? … Continued

The System of Long-Term Care in the Czech Republic

by Agnieszka Sowa
May, 2010

Launched in January 2009, ANCIEN is a research project that runs for a 44-month period and involves 20 partners from EU member states. The project principally concerns the future of long-term care (LTC) for the elderly in Europe and addresses two questions in particular: 1) How will need, demand, supply and use of LTC develop? … Continued

The Long-Term Care System for the Elderly in Denmark

by Erika Schulz
May, 2010

Launched in January 2009, ANCIEN is a research project that runs for a 44-month period and involves 20 partners from EU member states. The project principally concerns the future of long-term care (LTC) for the elderly in Europe and addresses two questions in particular: 1) How will need, demand, supply and use of LTC develop? … Continued

The Long-Term Care System for the Elderly in England

by Adelina Comas-Herrera, Linda Pickard, Raphael Wittenberg, Juliette Malley, Derek King
May, 2010

Launched in January 2009, ANCIEN is a research project that runs for a 44-month period and involves 20 partners from EU member states. The project principally concerns the future of long-term care (LTC) for the elderly in Europe and addresses two questions in particular: 1) How will need, demand, supply and use of LTC develop? … Continued

Adequacy of Pension Systems in Europe: An analysis based on comprehensive replacement rates

by Margherita Borella, Elsa Fornero
April, 2009

The aim of this paper is to develop indicators to highlight the ability of different national pension systems to enable individuals to maintain their living standards at retirement. Authors Margherita Borella and Elsa Fornero of the University of Turin and CeRP, perform the analysis using data and projections on different European countries and propose the … Continued

Towards sustainable but still adequate pensions in the EU: Theory, trends and simulations

by Juraj Draxler, Jørgen Mortensen
April, 2009

This report is a summary of the research project on the “Adequacy and Sustainability of Old-Age Income Maintenance” (AIM). Thirteen institutes from across the EU have collaborated on the task of assessing the situation of today’s pensioners and providing insights into future trends and policy options for securing adequate income for EU pensioners.