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Reforming Early Retirement in Europe, Japan and the USA$
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Bernhard Ebbinghaus

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780199286119

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2006

DOI: 10.1093/0199286116.001.0001

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Actor Constellations and Interest Coalitions: Labor, Employers, and the State

Actor Constellations and Interest Coalitions: Labor, Employers, and the State

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(p.22) Chapter 2 Actor Constellations and Interest Coalitions: Labor, Employers, and the State
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Reforming Early Retirement in Europe, Japan and the USA
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DOI:10.1093/0199286116.003.0002

The chapter discusses how the state, employers, and organized labor promote and reform early retirement policies. What interests do workers, employers, and workplace representatives have in using early exit? Beyond the workplace, interest coalitions may arise among governments, employer associations, and trade unions to externalize restructuration costs, reduce labor supply, and buy social peace.

Keywords:   early retirement, interest coalitions, corporate actors, state, employer associations, trade unions, industrial relations

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