Attitudes towards intergenerational equity: Preliminary Australian evidence
Most respondents perceived better lifelong opportunities for the baby boomer cohort than either older or younger people, were opposed to increase in pension age and perceived older people getting less than their fair share of government benefits. These findings have policy implications for debates about equity in the context of population ageing.
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