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Women's Retirement Income in Germany and Britain

This article analyses women's retirement income in the context of two distinct welfare states. In addition to women's employment history, we consider their marital history over the life course as an important determinant of retirement income. We use longitudinal data for women born between 1930 and... Full description

Main Author: Fasang, Anette Eva
Contributors: Aisenbrey, Silke
Schömann, Klaus
Contained in: European Sociological Review Vol. 29, No. 5 (2013), p. 968-980
Journal Title: European Sociological Review
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ISSN: 1468-2672
Keywords: research-article
Language: English
Notes: Copyright: © Oxford University Press 2013
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
ID (e.g. DOI, URN): 24479841
PPN (Catalogue-ID): JST123914353
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