The analyses presented in the Discussion Paper ‘Ageing Workforce, Social Cohesion and Sustainable Development’ are a result of thorough scientific evidence and discussions among experts from research, policy and societal organisations from eleven Baltic Sea States. Results suggest, for instance, that regional and national policies aimed at creating sustainable ageing societies should better support small and medium-sized enterprises in adapting to new characteristics of the working force. Similarly, more support is needed in order to promote employment at all ages in less-developed regions and outside metropolitan regions. It is also of key importance to target the most vulnerable groups within the ageing labour force.
Find the link to the corresponding Policy Brief here.
Becker, Paul; Schütz, Johanna and Zimmermann, Ann (2018): Ageing Workforce, Social Cohesion and Sustainable Development. Discussion Paper No. 9, Berlin: Max Planck Society/Population Europe.