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retirement Social Sciences
Japan Social Sciences
working life Social Sciences
worker Social Sciences
entrepreneur Earth & Environmental Sciences
Korea Social Sciences
aging population Earth & Environmental Sciences
cultural theory Social Sciences

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Research Output 2009 2017

  • 66 Citations
  • 5 h-Index
  • 7 Chapter
  • 6 Article
  • 1 Book
  • 1 Comment/debate
1 Citation (Scopus)

Reforms of Retirement Policies: Three Common Paths in Aging in Japan and Korea

Higo, M. & Klassen, T. R., Jan 1 2017, In : Journal of Aging and Social Policy. 29, 1, p. 70-83 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Retirement
Korea
retirement
Japan
reform

Japan: Determinants of retirement in a hyper-aged society

Higo, M., Schröder, H. & Yamada, A., Jan 1 2016, Delaying Retirement: Progress and Challenges of Active Ageing in Europe, the United States and Japan. Palgrave Macmillan, p. 241-268 28 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Retirement
retirement
Japan
determinants
worker
Work place
Japan
Institutional context
Ill-health
Accommodation
1 Citation (Scopus)

Experiencing mandatory retirement the perspective of older workers in Japan

Higo, M., Apr 10 2015, Retirement in Japan and South Korea: The Past, the Present and the Future of Mandatory Retirement. Taylor and Francis Inc., p. 73-92 20 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

retirement
Japan
worker
13 Citations (Scopus)

Global population aging: Unequal distribution of risks in later life between developed and developing countries

Higo, M. & Khan, H. T. A., Aug 25 2015, In : Global Social Policy. 15, 2, p. 146-166 21 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

aging population
elderly care
developing world
developing country
retirement