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- Spijker, Jeroen and John MacInnes – Population Ageing: The Timebomb that Isn’t?
Argues that the numbers of dependent older people in many countries have actually been falling in recent years.
- Reher D. – Economic and Social Implications of the Demographic Transition
Finds that developed countries, with the possible exception of the United States, are reaching a stage at which the effects of the demographic transition are likely to be negative.
- Smith, Adam – Is It Feasible for the UK to Move Towards a Sustainable Population by 2050 While Supporting an Ageing Society?
Investigates the economic implications of the expected ageing United Kingdom population profile in the context of the called for move towards a sustainable and therefore smaller population.
- Harper S. – The Capacity of Social Security and Healthcare Institutions to Adapt to an Ageing World
Shows that the “pace, size and global reach” of population ageing is currently occurring at an unprecedented level, and indicates some of the ways in which social security and healthcare institutions might tackle this issue.
- Turner, A. – Population Ageing: What Should We Worry About?
Asserts that managing ageing should be done without increasing our numbers.
- Turner A. – Population Ageing: What Should We Worry About?
Discusses the impact of an ageing population on fertility rates and welfare.
- Mason A. and R. Lee – Reform and Support Systems for the Elderly in Developing Countries: Capturing the Second Demographic Dividend
Considers the likely consequences — both positive and negative — of an ageing population in developing countries.
- McDougall, Rosamund – Ageing Populations and Hidden Unemployment
2003 / 2010
Challenges the perception that population growth is the answer to ageing populations.