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Total population:   0.6
GDP per capita (USD):   103662
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Total population (million): 0.6
Percentage 65 or older: 0.3
Dependency ratio (a): 44.4
Life expectancy at birth (years) - Men: 80.0
Life expectancy at birth (years) - Women: 84.7
Statutory pensionable age - Men: 65
Statutory pensionable age - Women: 65
Early pensionable age - Men (b): 60
Early pensionable age - Women (b): 60
GDP per capita (USD): 103662
SOURCES: Information on statutory and early pensionable ages is based on information in the country summaries in this
volume. Other indicators are sourced from the World Bank, World Development Indicators, available at http://data.worldbank
.org/data-catalog/worlddevelopment-indicators; and where information was not available, the U.S. Central Intelligence
Agency. The World Factbook (Washington D.C.: Central Intelligence Agency), available at
/publications/resources/the-world-factbook/index.html. The figures in the table reflect the latest data available from each
source as of the publication of this volume.
NOTES: GDP = gross domestic product; PPP = purchasing power parity. GDP estimates are converted into international
dollars using PPP rates. The statutory and early pensionable age shown in the table is the general pensionable age or the
age that applies to the largest covered population.
a. Population aged 14 or younger plus population aged 65 or older, divided by population aged 15-64.
b. General early pensionable age only; excludes early pensionable ages for specific groups of employees.
c. 2015 GDP.
d. The country has no early pensionable age, has one only for specific groups, information is not available, or the pension is
awarded at any age if certain qualifying conditions are met.
e. 2014 GDP.
f. 2009 GDP.
g. The retirement age is flexible.
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Books, reports and articles

The 2015 pension adequacy report : Current and future income adequacy in old age in the EU : country profiles Volume II

European Commission, Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. 2015. 368 p.

Die Wirksamkeit des garantierten Mindesteinkommens in Luxemburg

In Internationale Revue für Soziale Sicherheit , n° 1, vol. 65
Amétépé, Fofo. 2012. p 99-116.

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In Revue internationale de sécurité sociale , n° 1, vol. 65
Amétépé, Fofo. 2012. p 99-116.

La eficacia del ingreso mínimo garantizado en Luxemburgo

In International Social Security Review , n° 1, vol. 65
Amétépé, Fofo. 2012. p 99-116.

The effectiveness of Luxembourg's minimum guaranteed income

In International Social Security Review , n° 1, vol. 65
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Crise et protection sociale en Europe

Brlayova; Barbora. CAF. 2011. 158 p

Flexible working time arrangements and gender equality

A comparative review of 30 European countries

European Commission. European Commission. 2010. 126 p.

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EEO Network Services. European Commission. 2010. 82 p.

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In The social situation in the European Union , (2009)
European Commission. 2010. 364 p.

Policy Brief: Economic Survey of Luxembourg, 2008

Chapter: How could efficiency in the health care system be enhanced?

OECD. OECD. 2008. 12 p.

Synthèse: Etude économique du Luxembourg 2008

Chapitre: Comment accroître l’efficience du système de santé ?

OCDE. OCDE. 2008. 12 p.

Rapport général sur la sécurité sociale au Grand Duché de Luxembourg

Australian Government, Department of Social Security. Ministère de la sécurité sociale. 2007. 246 p.

L' état-providence en 2005 : la situation du Luxembourg

In Revue Belge de Sécurité sociale , N° 4, vol. 48 , (2006)
Clement, Franz. 2006. p 669-689.

Le Grand-Duché se dote de son premier Code du travail

In Liaisons sociales Europe , N° 158 , (sept. 2006)
Liaisons sociales. 2006. p 5.


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CLEISS : Régimes locaux

Centre des liaisons européennes et internationales de sécurité sociale. CLEISS.

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Sozialschutzsysteme in den Mitgliedstaaten - MISSOC

Europäische Kommission. Europäische Kommission.

Systèmes de protection sociale – MISSOC

Commission européenne. Commission européenne.