Foreign Labor Briefs

March 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Mar74, Vol. 97 Issue 3, p48
Academic Journal
Discusses key issues relevant to pension supplements based on needs in five European countries. Key features of the means-tested payment for a single beneficiary; Substantial proportion of the aged who receive means-tested payments; Policy implications on industrial relations.


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