Age discrimination, the default retirement age and occupational pensions: experiences from Canada and predictions for Britain

Connolly, M. and Gough, O. 2007. Age discrimination, the default retirement age and occupational pensions: experiences from Canada and predictions for Britain. Web Journal of Current Legal Issues. 1 Web.

TitleAge discrimination, the default retirement age and occupational pensions: experiences from Canada and predictions for Britain
AuthorsConnolly, M. and Gough, O.
JournalWeb Journal of Current Legal Issues
Journal citation1 Web
ISSN1360-1326
YearFeb 2007
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Publication dates
PublishedFeb 2007

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