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Chapter 1 Introduction by Leroy O. Stone

Chapter 2 Work and retirement: A governance challenge by Gilles Paquet

Chapter 3 Retirement: New perspectives on the horizon by The Honourable Claude Castonguay

Chapter 4 What age for employment? The need for a new social organization of the working age by Anne-Marie Guillemard

Chapter 5 From pension policy to retirement policy: Towards a new social agenda? by John Myles

Chapter 6 Management of value conflict in the design of retirement policy by Martin Rein and David Thacher

Chapter 7 Separation, linkage and blurring in the public and private pillars of Canada's retirement income system by Jinyan Li

Chapter 8 The irreplaceable third age: Between family, work and mutual support by Agnès Pitrou

Chapter 9 Gender and family – major new dimensions of retirement research by Lynn McDonald

Chapter 10 Gendered retirement: The welfare of women and the "new" retirement" by Lynn McDonald

Chapter 11 Families and retirement by Maximiliane E. Szinovacz

Chapter 12 The changing characteristics of older couples and joint retirement in Canada by Grant Schellenberg, Martin Turcotte and Bali Ram

Chapter 13 The probability of reaching the state of retirement – a longitudinal analysis of variations between men and women by Nathalie Deschênes and Leroy O. Stone

Chapter 14 Growing diversity? Typical transitions towards retirement from active workforce participation by Hervé Gauthier and Suzanne Asselin

Chapter 15 The distinctive patterns of work-to-retirement transition among the self-employed by Hasheem Nouroz and Leroy O. Stone with special assistance from Harpreet Kaur Randhawa

Chapter 16 Patterns of work-to-retirement transition among Canadian public–sector employees by Leroy O. Stone and Hasheem Nouroz with special assistance from Harpreet Randhawa

Chapter 17 The Relationship between career instability and health condition in older workers: A longitudinal analysis by Yaohua H. He, A. Colantonio and Victor W. Marshall

Chapter 18 New vulnerable groups and living standards in the retirement years by Monica Townson

Chapter 19 The Impact of precarious employment on financial security in retirement by Monica Townson

Chapter 20 A shaky third pillar: The vulnerability of retirement incomes by Bob Baldwin

Chapter 21 The diversification and the privatization of the sources of retirement income in Canada by Long Mo, Jacques Légaré and Leroy Stone

Chapter 22 Additional topics for future research by Nancy Conroy, Marc Lamontagne, Leroy O. Stone and Patricia Moloney