Comparative Study on Disability Allowances, January 2012

The study was conducted for a center dealing with realization of medical rights.
The study reviews the number of recipients of disability benefits that do not result from work accidents in eleven different countries. Countries examined include: Italy, Spain, Belgium, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, England, Israel, Australia, the United States and Canada.
The study also performs a comparison between different countries in the OECD. It explores the expenditure on pensions in relation to GDP, the rate of recipients of benefits in the population, and the size of the disability pension.

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