- Title Pages
- List of tables and figures
- Preface: Working for future ageing societies: ambivalent realities in the Mediterranean region
- Notes on contributors
- One Squaring the circle: demographic outlook and social development as determinants of ageing in the Mediterranean
- Two Demographic outlook of ageing in the Mediterranean, 1950–2050
- Three An ageing population: institutional context and family values in Southern Europe
- Four Becoming conscious of the ‘whole Mediterranean’: old cleavages and recent developments
- Five Ageing and employment in the Mediterranean: old and new challenges
- Six The present and future health status of older people in the Mediterranean region
- Seven The new risk of dependency in old age and (missed) employment opportunities: the Southern Europe model in a comparative perspective
- Eight Migration, retirement and transnationalism in the Mediterranean region
- Nine The future of demographic regimes in the Southern Mediterranean
- Ten New approaches to familism in the management of social policy for old age in Portugal
- Eleven Migrant care work for elderly households in Italy
- Twelve Caring for frail older people in Israel
- Thirteen ‘Ageing in place’ in the Maltese islands
- Fourteen Ageing in Turkey: the Peter Pan syndrome?
- Fifteen Ageing in Lebanon: evidence and challenges
- Sixteen Ageing in Tunisia
Conclusion and themes for further discussion
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