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of the Emmy Noether-Group "Paid Work beyond Pension Age"

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Hokema, Anna, 2017: Extended working lives in Germany from a gender and life-course perspective: a country in policy transition, in: Ní Léime, Áine; Street, Debra; Vickerstaff, Sarah; Krekula, Clary; Loretto, Wendy (Ed.), Gender, ageing and extended working life. Cross-national perspectives, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 99 - 116

Lux, Thomas, 2017: Dissecting later-life employment: The social structure of work after pension age in Germany and the United Kingdom. Dissertationsschrift, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), Universität Bremen; Jacobs University

Scherger, Simone, 2017: Erwerbstätigkeit im Ruhestand aus soziologischer Perspektive, in: Wesenberg, Arne (Ed.), Im [Un]Ruhestand, Heidelberg: Kehrer, pp. 9 - 11

Hokema, Anna, 2016: Deferred, reversed or 'normal' retirement? The subjective experience of working beyond pension age. Dissertationsschrift, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), Universität Bremen; Jacobs University, pp. 1 - 414

Hagemann, Steffen; Scherger, Simone, 2016: Increasing pension age - inevitable or unfeasible? Analysing the ideas underlying experts’ arguments in the UK and Germany, in: Journal of Aging Studies, 39 (Dezember), pp. 54 - 65

Hagemann, Steffen, 2016: Germany, in: McClymont, Gregg; Tarrant, Andrew (Ed.), Towards a new pension settlement. The international experience, London: Rowman & Littlefield International, pp. 37 - 41

Scherger, Simone (Ed.), 2015: Paid work beyond pension age. Comparative perspectives, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Scherger, Simone, 2015: Die Institutionalisierung der Lebensphase Alter. Geschichte, Wandel und Neuverhandlung aus soziologischer Perspektive, in: Igl, Gerhard; Welti, Felix; Eßer, Michael (Ed.), Alter und Beschäftigungen. Arbeitssituationen, Lebensentwürfe und soziale Sicherung der über 50-Jährigen, Münster: LIT, pp. 137 - 148