Youth quotas and other efficient forms of youth participation in ageing societies

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Other Authors: Tremmel, Jörg, 1970- (Editor), Mason, Antony (Editor), Godli, Petter Haakenstad (Editor), Dimitrijoski, Igor (Editor)
Online Access:Link to e-book
Physical Description:1 online resource
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Published: Cham : Springer, [2015]
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Youth Quotas
  • Mapping the Field: Jörg Tremmel, Antony Mason, Petter Haakenstad Godli, Igor Dimitrijoski
  • What do Quotas do? Reflections on the Ubiquity and Justice of Quotas: Radostin Kaloianov
  • Are Youth Quotas a Form of Ageism?: Tobias Hainz
  • Better Procedure for Fairer Outcomes: Can Youth Quotas Increase our Chances of Meeting the Demands of Intergenerational Justice?: Juliana Bidadanure
  • Can Youth Quotas Help Avoid Future Disasters? : Ivo Wallimann-Helmer
  • Saving the Palnet by Empowering the Young? Anja Karnein and Dominic Roser
  • Towards all Voices, From all Levels and in their Own Ways? A Discussion of the Youth Quotas Proposal as an Incremental Policy Innovation for Sustainability: Rafael Ziegler
  • Encouraging and Supporting Children's Voices: Sarah-Jane Conrad, Claire Cassidy and Christian Mathis
  • Democracy or Epistocracy? Aga as a Criterion of Who May Vote and Who May Not Vote: Jörg Tremmel and James Wilhelm
  • Giving 16-year-olds the Vote. Experiences from Norway: Petter Haakenstad Godli
  • Afterword: Libertarian Hesitations: Marcel Wissenburg
  • List of Contributors
  • Subject Index.