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In the past decade, Switzerland has experienced a large increase in the number ofindividuals that went into early retirement. This paper takes a look at the determinants of earlyretirement using data from the 2002 Swiss Labor Force Survey that contains an interestingmodule on this topic...
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Recent literature makes a distinction between 'voluntary' and 'involuntary' early retirement, where 'involuntary' early retirement results from employment constraints rather than from a preference for leisure relative to work. This paper analyzes 'voluntary' and 'involuntary' early retirement...
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Switzerland has one of the highest employment rates of older individuals amongindustrialized countries. Nevertheless, in the past decade, Switzerland has experienced amarked trend toward early retirement. This study analyzes the motives of early retirement inSwitzerland in the 1990s...
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Recent literature makes a distinction between 'voluntary' and 'involuntary' early retirement, where 'involuntary' early retirement results from employment constraints rather than from a preference for leisure relative to work. This paper analyzes 'voluntary' and 'involuntary' early retirement...
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The paper analyzes the optimal structure of the board of directors in a firm with a large shareholder sitting on the board. In a one-tier structure the sole board performs all tasks, while in a two-tier structure the management board is in charge of project selection and the supervisory board is...
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