This book addresses the universal and topical question of solidarity across generations from a comparative perspective, with a particular focus on the legal issues concerning retirement pensions, the poverty in the elderly, long-term care, as well as state interventions and family support for those at risk. Drawing on insights from the interface between family law, administrative law and social law, it examines 13 countries on different continents, and also briefly covers a number of additional countries in the introduction. This book is a based on the discussions and exchanges at the 20th General Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, in Fukuoka, Japan.
Eri Kasagi is research fellow at CNRS, member of Centre for Comparative Labour and Social Security Law (COMPTRASEC UMR 5114) at Bordeaux University from 2015. Before coming to France, she worked more than 10 years in Japan, first as research assistant at University of Tokyo, faculty of law (2003-2006) and as associate professor at Kyushu University, faculty of law (2006-2015). She specializes in social law and particularly in social security law, working on divers issues as health insurance law, welfare law, poverty, pension law, etc., in relying mainly on comparative law approach and focusing principally on Japanese and French laws.
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