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Global Projections of Populational Ageing

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This article forecasts quite dramatic increases in the general population of the globe, which will also be reflected in increasing ageing populations. This paper explores how globalization and its structural economic and social forces throws into flux the policies and practices of individual nation states to address social, economic and political issues for older people focusing on empirical data on pensions and health and social care. The paper will examine specific empirical areas of populational projections across the world before we discuss some of the key challenges and consequences of global ageing for the study of ageing populations. It highlights how empirical research needs to move from being state centred to one of which acknowledges global forces and the impact of populational ageing.


International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 26)
J. L. Powell, "Global Projections of Populational Ageing", International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences, Vol. 26, pp. 106-118, 2014
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April 2014
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