1. Labour Market Flexibility and Pension Reforms: What Prospects for Security in Old Age?
Karl Hinrichs, Matteo Jessoula
Part I. Traditional Single-Pillar Countries
2. Germany: A Flexible Labour Market Plus Pension Reforms Means Poverty in Old Age
3. A Risky Combination in Italy: ‘Selective Flexibility’ and Defined Contributions Pensions
4. Poland: Are Flexible Labour Markets Ready for Individualized Pensions?
Part II. Traditional Multi-Pillar Countries
5. Lessons from the UK: When Multi-Pillar Pension Systems Meet Flexible Labour Markets
6. Switzerland: Building a Multi-Pillar Pension System for a Flexible Labour Market
Silja Häusermann, Hanna Schwander
7. The Danish Flexicurity Model and Old Age Protection
8. The Netherlands: Reconciling Labour Market Flexicurity with Security in Old Age
Karen M. Anderson
Part III. Conclusion
9. Flexible Today, Secure Tomorrow?
Matteo Jessoula, Karl Hinrichs