The lenghtening of the life-cycle is a key feature, even a revolutionary one, of contemporary society. The European Papers on the New Welfare offer a platform to discuss the origin and the future of this phenomenon, and the economic, cultural and social consequences.

Paper No.32 /2020

Memory of Orio Giarini
Aldo Dobrina


Paper no.30 / 2018

Sketches of Italian Pensions Conundrum
Nicola C. Salerno


Paper No.26 / 2015

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Counter-Ageing Philosophy
Aldo Dobrina

Rethinking Economics, the Role of Insurance: Adam Smith Upside Down—The Central Role of Insurance in the New Post-Industrial (Service) Economy
Orio Giarini


European Papers on the New Welfare, No. 24, 2014

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Cancer Mortality Swiss Paradox
Roberto Vacca

Aging of Society and New Medical Technology: The Challenge for Health Insurers to Meet the Expectations of Consumers and Governments
Peter Zweifel

Mobilising the Potential of Active Ageing and Silver Economy in European Countries
Asghar Zaidi


Itinerary to the Third Age – Special Edition of the European Papers on the New Welfare, No. 21, 2013


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Introduction: From Limits to Growth to Limitless Growth
– Garry Jacobs & Ivo Šlaus

Chapter 1: From Trieste to Texas

Chapter 2: Glories and disasters in the chemical industry

Chapter 3: The battle for Europe

Chapter 4: In the world of research

Chapter 5: The Club of Rome and the limits to growth


Chapter 6: Towards the Service Economy

Chapter 7: The Geneva Association (1973 – 2001)

Chapter 8: The Fourth Pillar, To the Conquest of 15 years of life

Chapter 9: An Open Letter to All Those Who Are or Will Be 65

Addendum 1: The Context For The Democratic Revolution Reconceptualising Macro-Economics

Addendum 2: Introductory Notes On New Economic Theory
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Paper N.19 / 2012

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Active Ageing: What differential experiences across EU countries?
Asghar Zaidi and Eszter Zolyomi


Paper No. 17, 2011: Counter-ageing policies

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The multipillar system for health care financing: Thirteen good reasons for open capitalisation funds covering both pension and health care provisions
Fabio Pammolli e Nicola C. Salerno

Dance For Life
Hwa A. Lim

The Global Aging Preparedness Index: A New Tool for Assessing  How Well Prepared Countries are for Global Aging
Richard Jackson


Paper No. 15, October 2010: Welfare for Wealth

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The Elderly between the Needs for Care and Active Ageing
Tiziana Tesauro and Luca Pianelli

Aging of the Elderly: An Intragenerational Funding Approach to Long-term Care
Susan St. John and Yung-Ping Chen

Costs of Political Intermediation and Sustainability of the European Social Model in Health Care: the Dutch Example
Giulio Ercolessi

Sustainability and Adequacy of Pensions in EU countries: Synthesis from a Cross-national Perspective
Asghar Zaidi

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Paper No. 13, October 2009: Steps Towards the European Welfare


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Orio Giarini

The Long Term Costs of Lifestyle Risks. Pathways to Change: A Case Study in the UK
Nick Bosanquet and Helen Rainbow

Secondary Dementias and Prevention
Vincenzo Marigliano

Care Work in the EU: Support Measures in a Context of Demographic Change
Robert Anderson

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Paper No. 11, January 2009: Towards a New Welfare


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Editorial: Welfare and the Wealth of Nations
Orio Giarini

Editorial: “New Age for All Ages”: The Counter-Ageing Society
Mara Tagliabue

The European Social Pension: A Theoretical Exercise
Milton Nektarios

Intertwining of Ageing and Sustainability in Eastern Europe
Aleksander Zidanšek and Ivo Šlaus

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