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Felix Lill

lill@dijtokyo.org

Determinants of generational conflict in ageing populations. A comparison of Germany and Japan.

One of the most controversially discussed topics in demographic ageing is the questions to what extent this trend leads to generational conflict. My dissertation investigates possible determinants for conflict between old and young persons in ageing societies. My test cases are Germany and Japan, two pioneers of ageing. Applying quantitative methods to the relevant theoretic literature, I focus on three societal spheres, the labour market, the welfare state and the family. While I look at the micro level in two of the three parts of my dissertation, the third part uses macro level data.

Publications

Media Reviews

2017
Der Fluch von Tokio
In: Die ZEIT. 12. Januar 2017.

Presentations

February 28, 2017
Are the elderly a cost factor for society or its safety net? A comparison of family regimes and National Transfer Accounts data in Germany and Japan. Are the elderly a cost factor for society or its safety net? A comparison of family regimes and National Transfer Accounts data in Germany and Japan.

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Since 09/2014
PhD in Governance, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, Germany

10/2016 - 06/2017
Research stay, German Institute for Japanese Studies, Tokyo, Japan

04/2016 - 07/2016
Research stay, Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Tokyo, Japan

05/2015 - 07/2015
Research stay, Max-Planck-Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany

07/2013
MPP (Master of Public Policy), Hertie School of Governance, University of Tokyo (Dual Degree Programme)

08/2012
MA International Journalism, City University London, United Kingdom

09/2010
MSc Philosophy of the Social Sciences, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom

07/2008
BSc Economics, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria