On state pensions and social security systems
The purpose of this paper is to show that the crisis of social security and state pension systems in the ageing industrial societies is actually a crisis of the model of social and economic organization. Design/methodology/approach ‐ The present economic model of industrial countries counts human beings only as contributors in production and consumption, and not as members of a society. Findings ‐ The paper shows that with another hierarchical order of values, the views of human beings are different. Practical Implications ‐ If the state cares for the citizen and not the worker, then it is responsible to provide health care and pensions to all citizens and not just to workers and to workers-attached persons. Originality/value ‐ The paper paints the picture of another society, and not of the present one where the homo-economicus dominates.
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