Publikationen des Projekts: Employment 2025: How multiple transitions will affect the European labour market (NEUJOBS)

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Impact of Ageing on Long-Term Care Workforce in Denmark

This paper aims to show the impact of societal change on the demand and supply of long-term care workforce. As age is the major driver of the need for care the growth in the numberof elderly and oldest old will increase the demand for long-term care workforce. Caregiving to the elderly is predominantly the task of the family in almost all European countries. However, the majority of European countries ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2014, 35 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.2, Suppl. A)
| Erika Schulz
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Impact of Ageing Populations on Silver Economy, Health and Long-Term Care Workforce

The socio-ecological transition will led to an overall change in the supply and demand of goods and services and therefore to a change in consumption as well as production structure at national level, but also to changes in the single sectors. It is expected that in particular three sectors will show a high dynamic caused by the demographic change: the health sector, the long-term care sector as well ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2014, 11 S.
(NEUJOBS Policy Brief ; D12.4)
| Erika Schulz, Marek Radvansky
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Impact of Ageing on Curative Health Care Workforce: Country Report Germany

Population ageing combined with a shrinking potential workforce are main factors influencing future socio-economic development and the labour market. This paper has the objective to show the impact of population change on one important sector of the economy, the health care market. As the need for health care services increases with age, the population ageing is expected to have a direct influence ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 7, 79 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.1, Suppl. C)
| Erika Schulz
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Employment in Health and Long-Term Care Sector in European Countries

Health care is an important sector in all European countries showing a high dynamic in the past. In 2011 about 23 million persons were employed in health and social care, that is to say 10.4 % of total employment. The share of health care expenditures in GDP was 10 %. The health care workforce increased despite the overall trend of declining employment also during the economic crisis. The high dynamic ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 3, 25 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.1, Suppl. A)
| Erika Schulz
Monographien

Impact of Ageing on Curative Health Care Workforce: Country Report Denmark

This paper shows the impact of demographic change on the demand for and supply of health care workforce in Denmark. As the need for health care services increases with age, the population ageing is expected to have a direct influence on the demand for health care and its workforce. The future supply of the health workforce is determined by the currently considerable portion of workforce that is approaching ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 63 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.1, Suppl. B)
| Erika Schulz
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Impact of Ageing on Curative Health Care Workforce in Selected EU Countries

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 89 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.1)
| Erika Schulz, Flavia Coda Moscarola, Stanislawa Golinowska, Marek Radvansky, Johannes Geyer
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Societal Change, Care Need and Long-Term Care Workforce in Selected European Countries

This paper aims to show the impact of societal change on the demand and supply of long-term care workforce. As age is the major driver of the need for care the growth in the number of elderly and oldest old will increase the demand for long-term care workforce. Caregiving to the elderly is predominantly the task of the family in almost all European countries. However, the majority of European countries ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 75 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.2)
| Erika Schulz, Johannes Geyer
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Ageing, Care Need and Long-Term Care Workforce in Germany

This paper aims to show the impact of population ageing on the demand and supply of long-term care workforce. As age is the major driver of the need for care the growth in the number of elderly and oldest old will increase the demand for long-term care services. Since 1995 formal care services in institutions and at home as well as cash benefits for informal home care financed by the long-term care ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2013, 48 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D12.2, Suppl. B)
| Erika Schulz
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Socio-Economic Trends and New Territorial Dynamics in the European Union: Convergence and Agglomeration

In this study, we explore how general socio-economic trends within the European Union are reflected in the development of different types of regions during the period from 1995 to 2009 and how economic disparities between EU regions change in the course of these processes. Overall, there is a decrease of regional inequalities in terms of per-capita income, but this is mainly the result of catching ...

Brussels: NEUJOBS, 2012, 55 S.
(NEUJOBS Working Paper ; D8.3)
| Astrid Cullmann, Kurt Geppert
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