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L'Institut des actuaires s'associe au Working Group on Risk de l'ESSEC-CREAR pour sa prochaine conférence sur le thème : "Why study active ageing and how? " 

par Prof. Taina RANTANEN, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.

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Abstract : To make older people’s lives worth living, positive aspects of ageing need to be studied, because the way researchers talk about ageing will be reflected in how people view ageing. Active ageing is one of the most widely used concepts of positive gerontology. It is also thus far the most promising policy solution to respond to the ageing population. Even though there are attempts to compare countries based on their level of active ageing, its meaning in the context of individual lives of older people has received only little attention. Through a multiphase process we developed the University of Jyväskylä Active Ageing Scale and used it to study active ageing among 1018 75, 80 and 85-year-old people. We found that health and functioning correlate positive with active ageing, which in turn, correlates with indicators of wellbeing.

The support of the ESSEC IDS dpt, Institut des Actuaires, LabEx MME-DII, and the group BFA of SFdS is gratefully acknowledged.
In a common effort, this seminar is jointly organized with all ARLES partners: the 16 world-leading research institutions (from 4 continents), a reputable Swiss enterprise, and a group of Associated Members from academia and the insurance industry.

Vendredi 15 janvier 2021
12h30 - 13h30 (GMT +1)
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Vendredi 15 janvier 2021
12h30 - 13h30 (GMT +1)
L'événement est organisé en ligne
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