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Family structure and intergenerational transfers in social health insurance

Friedrich Breyer

Family structure and intergenerational transfers in social health insurance

a public choice model

by Friedrich Breyer

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Published by Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insurance, Health -- Finance -- Public opinion -- Mathematical models,
  • Intergenerational relations -- Mathematical models,
  • Social choice -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFriedrich Breyer, J.-Matthias Graf v.d. Schulenburg.
    SeriesDiscussion papers,, IIM/IP 86-11, Discussion papers (International Institute of Management. Industrial Policy) ;, IIM/IP 86-11.
    ContributionsSchulenburg, Johann-Matthias, Graf von der.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD7101 .B73 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2454544M
    LC Control Number87156738

    intergenerational co-residence is the preferred living arrangement and those under which it is the living arrangement by default. The classic model on intergenerational family solidarity emphasizes the role of opportunity structure for exchanges of help and resources between parents and adult children (Bengtson & Roberts, ).File Size: KB. Intergenerational family relationships in ageing societies State arrangements. To understand the impact of demographic changes on people’s lives, it is not sufficient to consider cross-national diff erences only. Regional diversity, including urban-rural diff erences and social change over time must also.

      " This research was facilitated by Public Health Service Grant M and by a grant-in-aid for research from the Social Science Research Council. " Acknowledgement is made to Mrs. Eleanor Caplan, Research Associate, Department of Sociology, Western Reserve University, and to Miss Mildred Dorr, Family Health Association of Cleveland, for their Cited by: After an overview of notable demographic characteristics of the Australian population, the chapter describes intergenerational relations and different cultural family systems and norms, their contributions and challenges for negotiating care and health and the relationship of Author: Rodrigo Mariño, Victor Minichiello, Michael I. Macentee.

      Family structure is widely known to be associated with children's chances of growing up in poverty, struggling or succeeding academically, and more. Relatively less attention is paid to to children's health outcomes—but those, too, are related to family structure, according to .   Intergenerational Family Systems Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website.


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Family structure and intergenerational transfers in social health insurance by Friedrich Breyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Many papers have dealt with the implications of the intergenerational contract for economic efficiency, economic growth and the income distribution if demographic changes occur. 1) Recent papers address in addition the questions of equity among generations and the acceptability of intergenerational transfers via social institutions.

2)Cited by: 3. Intergenerational Transfers in Developed Countries. The mechanisms by which intergenerational transfers take place through social, political, or economic institutions may be examined using modifications of the basic Arthur and McNicoll () model as implemented empirically by Lee (a).

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Trends in the ratio of workers to retirees are the tea leaves of policy making for aging populations. Armed with knowledge of age-related behaviors and age-defined benefits in a society, policy makers and commentators alike attempt to read shifts in the relative size of broad age groups for their public policy implications.

10 Intergenerational Transfers, Social Arrangements, Life Histories, and the Elderly. Ronald Lee. Because of the historical emphasis on energy flow within individuals rather than among the members of a family, intra-individual tradeoffs have played a much larger role to date than intergenerational tradeoffs.

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Background: Existing research on intergenerational transfers has focused on income and wealth as the predominant determinants of the provision of financial assistance to adult children (Albertini, Kohli, and Vogel ; Zissimopoulos and Smith ; Albertini and Radl ).Yet previous models of intergenerational transfers underestimated the effect of family size due to the effect of birth Cited by: 3.

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Bubolz. Using the National Survey of Children’s Health, this paper examines the physical and mental health of children by family structure. Children in step, single-mother, or grandparent-only Cited by: Symposium on the Family, Intergenerational Relations and Social Structure ( Duke University).

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The family has been considered the oldest institution, important and fundamental humanity. Ensuring their protection is a duty and a commitment to society and the Health systems worldwide. The family is currently undergoing a process of profound change, due to continuing global changes that have occurred in recent decades, these changes threaten structural stability, functional .plines to the field of intergenerational family transfers.

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