Vor dem Hintergrund einer Vergleichsstudie der IV-Systeme europäischer Länder fordern Experten der OECD für die Schweiz eine stärkere Betonung der Eingliederung. Nicht «Eingliederung vor Rente» muss die Devise heissen, sondern «Eingliederung statt Rente», so die OECD-Empfehlung.

„Government spending on sickness and disability accounted for 2.4% of GDP across OECD countries in 2004, nearly double the spending on unemployment benefits, which accounted for 1.3% of GDP in the same year. Spending on sickness and disability in Norway, Poland and Switzerland exceeds the OECD average, representing between 3% and 5% of GDP, while unemployment benefit spending is below the OECD average in all three countries.“
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Bericht OECD

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