Do conditions early in life directly or indirectly impact health and well-being later in life? And do government-provided welfare policies influence the effect of early-life disadvantages, complex family structures, and family trends on health and well-being at old age? These are the questions we aim to answer.
We draw on data on the life courses of individuals in multiple countries (such as SHARE, GGP, and ESS) and data on the macro level (from the OECD, Eurostat, and the World Bank) to study the interactions between ageing, well-being, health, and welfare contexts.
This project is funded by a Joint Programming Initiative More Years Better Lives 2017-2020 (JPI MYBL).
More information: jp-demographic.eu/projects/crew/