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I Introduction Austria is among the countries with the lowest effective and statutory retirement ages among OECD member states, as highlighted by the OECD (2013). The pension system in Austria is, as in most developed countries, significantly affected by low fertility rates and increasing life expectancy, which in turn increase the number of pensioners and decrease the size of the workforce. In light of the generosity of the Austrian pension system, the effective retirement age has significantly decreased over the last three decades of the previous century (see

References Ackers, HL & Coldron, K 2007, ‘(Ab)Using Citizenship? Retirement Migrants and the Management of Healthcare Rights’, Maastrict Journal of European and Comparative Law, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 287-302. Ackers, HL & Dwyer, P 2002, Senior citizenship? Retirement, migration and welfare in the European Union, The Policy Press, Bristol. Amit, V 2002 ‘Reconceptualizing community’, Realizing community. Concepts, social relationships and sentiments, ed V Amit, Routledge, London pp. 1-20. Anderson, B 1983/1991, Imagined communities: Reflections on the origin and

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, Makadam, Göteborg and Stockholm. Gavanas, A (2016) Pensionärsplaneten: Spaniensvenskar och pensionsmigration i en globaliserad värld, Makadam, Göteborg och Stockholm. Gavanas., A. and Calzada, I. (2016a) “Multiplex migration and aspects of precarization: Swedish retirement migrants to Spain and their service providers,” Journal of Critical Sociology, Vol. 42(7-8) 1003-1016. Gavanas, A and Calzada, I (2016b) ‘Swedish retiree migrants in Spain: mobility and elderly care in Ageing Europe.’ In: Majella Kilkey & Ewa Palenga-Möllenbeck (eds) Family life in an age of migration

efektivity zajišťování péče o příjemce příspěvku na péči . Praha: Výzkumný ústav práce a sociálních věcí. ROBINSON, J. C. C. (2001). The End of Asymmetric Information. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 26(5), 1045-1053. DOI: 10.1215/03616878-26-5-1045 ROBLIN, B., DEBER, R., KULUSKI, K., SILVER, M. P. (2019) Ontario's Retirement Homes and Long-Term Care Homes: A Comparison of Care Services and Funding Regimes. Canadian Journal on Aging. Article in Press. DOI: 10.1017/S0714980818000569 SEIFERT, A., SCHELLING, H. R. (2018). Attitudes Toward Aging and Retirement

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in the Czech Republic by differences in sociodemographic structure and transition into retirement. The research question is motivated by a descriptive picture of how obesity has developed in the Czech Republic in comparison to overall trend in Europe, including other central and eastern European countries. We select the Czech Republic as a country with high increase in childhood obesity, high prevalence of cardiovascular diseases, and high prevalence of colorectal cancer ( OECD, 2017 ). This is a first study that show trends in obesity among older people in

:// Delo. (2016, August 19 th ). Tujina da širino, dom pa ljubezen (Abroad Gives Breadth, Home Gives Love). Delo. si . Retreived May 15 th , 2019, from Dimovski, V. & Žnidaršič, J. (2006). Od koncepta zgodnjega upokojevanja k strategiji aktivnega staranja (From the Concept of Early Retirement to an Active Aging Strategy). Kakovostna starost, 9 (1), 2-14. Dimovski, V., Grah, B., Colnar, S. & Bogataj, D. (2019, in press). Age Management of Industrial Workers Based on The