Age and Work - Hannes Zacher

Age and Work

Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice

Hannes Zacher (Redaktør) ; Cort W. Rudolph (Redaktør)

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Forlag: Routledge
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 340
ISBN: 9780367545543
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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"In recent years, interest in work and age has grown considerably. Zacher and Rudolph provide a definitive volume on the topic that addresses the key challenges of today and suggests the advancements needed for tomorrow. An international set of leading scholars share their expertise on theoretical, methodological, and practical issues making the book an essential resource for students, researchers, and professionals alike."

- Tammy D. Allen, Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of South Florida

"Zacher and Rudolph have assembled top intellectuals in the study of workplace aging in Age and Work: Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice to push theory, research, and practice to the next level. There is something for everyone here. For researchers, this far-reaching volume suggests new perspectives on well-worn theories and presents practical methodological insights. Practitioners will better understand the aging workforce. It promises to be required reading for anyone interested in workplace aging."

- Margaret E. Beier, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University

"Research on work and aging has exploded in the past couple of decades. Age and Work is the perfect gateway to this literature and an excellent resource for those wanting to grasp the complexities and implications of workforce aging. With its emphasis on theory, methods, and practice, it will be of interest to seasoned researchers as well as newcomers to this field."

- Prashant Bordia, Ph.D., Professor of Management, Australian National University

"This book excels in promoting age from supporting act as a standard control variable to chief character. The long-standing call to take time and process more seriously is expertly answered from multiple perspectives in the well-curated collection of chapters. Researchers and practitioners from every field in work and organizational psychology will find that considering age more fully offers amazing conceptual insights and new avenues for effective interventions."

- Gudela Grote, Ph.D., Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, ETH Zurich

"This comprehensive book offers up-to-date knowledge and innovative ideas regarding the role of age and aging in the workplace. Written by leading experts in the field, it is a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners interested in understanding and addressing the consequences of demographic change."

- Kène Henkens, Ph.D., Head of the Theme Group on Work & Retirement at Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Chair in Sociology of Retirement at the University of Amsterdam; Professor of Ageing, Retirement and the Life Course at the University Medical Center Groningen

"This book presents an impressive set of chapters from some of the leading researchers on the topic of age in the workplace. Beyond an integrative review of the current state of knowledge in theory, methods, and practical applications, the book presents key advances, novel ideas, and directions for future research. Overall, the book makes a strong case for paying more attention to the role age plays in the workplace and how researchers and practitioners can address this challenge and opportunity."

- Andreas Hirschi, Ph.D., Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Bern

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"In recent years, interest in work and age has grown considerably. Zacher and Rudolph provide a definitive volume on the topic that addresses the key challenges of today and suggests the advancements needed for tomorrow. An international set of leading scholars share their expertise on theoretical, methodological, and practical issues making the book an essential resource for students, researchers, and professionals alike."

Tammy D. Allen, Ph.D., Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Psychology, University of South Florida

"Zacher and Rudolph have assembled top intellectuals in the study of workplace aging in Age and Work: Advances in Theory, Methods, and Practice to push theory, research, and practice to the next level. There is something for everyone here. For researchers, this far-reaching volume suggests new perspectives on well-worn theories and presents practical methodological insights. Practitioners will better understand the aging workforce. It promises to be required reading for anyone interested in workplace aging."

Margaret E. Beier, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences, Rice University

"Research on work and aging has exploded in the past couple of decades. Age and Work is the perfect gateway to this literature and an excellent resource for those wanting to grasp the complexities and implications of workforce aging. With its emphasis on theory, methods, and practice, it will be of interest to seasoned researchers as well as newcomers to this field."

Prashant Bordia, Ph.D., Professor of Management, Australian National University

"This book excels in promoting age from supporting act as a standard control variable to chief character. The long-standing call to take time and process more seriously is expertly answered from multiple perspectives in the well-curated collection of chapters. Researchers and practitioners from every field in work and organizational psychology will find that considering age more fully offers amazing conceptual insights and new avenues for effective interventions."

Gudela Grote, Ph.D., Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, ETH Zurich

"This comprehensive book offers up-to-date knowledge and innovative ideas regarding the role of age and aging in the workplace. Written by leading experts in the field, it is a valuable resource for scholars and practitioners interested in understanding and addressing the consequences of demographic change."

Kène Henkens, Ph.D., Head of the Theme Group on Work & Retirement at Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Chair in Sociology of Retirement at the University of Amsterdam; Professor of Ageing, Retirement and the Life Course at the University Medical Center Groningen

"This book presents an impressive set of chapters from some of the leading researchers on the topic of age in the workplace. Beyond an integrative review of the current state of knowledge in theory, methods, and practical applications, the book presents key advances, novel ideas, and directions for future research. Overall, the book makes a strong case for paying more attention to the role age plays in the workplace and how researchers and practitioners can address this challenge and opportunity."

Andreas Hirschi, Ph.D., Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Bern

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Hannes Zacher is Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology at Leipzig University, Germany. His research program focuses on aging at work and career development, occupational health and wellbeing, proactive and adaptive employee behaviors, and environmental sustainability in organizations.


Cort W. Rudolph is Associate Professor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology at Saint Louis University, USA. His research program focuses on a variety of issues related to the aging workforce, including applications of lifespan development theories, wellbeing and work-longevity, and ageism.