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Over the next 50 years the work force in most developed countries will decline while the proportion of elderly will nearly double. The change is expected to lead to sluggish growth rates and to put a brake on rising living standards. This book reviews and analyzes the impact of this and examines as well the potential for gains in productivity and technological innovations to counter the effect of global aging.
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Robert Stowe England is a journalist and the director of research for the CSIS Global Aging Initiative. His previous publications include The Fiscal Challenge of an Aging Industrial World (CSIS, 2002) and Global Aging and Financial Markets: Hard Landings Ahead? (CSIS, 2002).Review:
"A great and very useful summary--required reading for anyone who cares about growth in an aging world." -- Axel Borsch-Supan, Institute for Economics and Public Policy
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Book Description Center for Strategic & Intl studies, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0892063939