2 edition of Can we afford to grow older? found in the catalog.
Can we afford to grow older?
|Statement||John Creedy and Richard Disney.|
|Series||Studies in economics / University of Kent at Canterbury -- No.88/10|
|Contributions||Disney, Richard., University of Kent at Canterbury.|
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is an impressive book which makes a major contribution toward the consolidation of our knowledge and understanding the economic aspects of what appears to be inevitable Covering a wide geographic spectrum across industrialized nations, it will appeal to graduate level study of the economics of aging and will appeal to all economists with a serious interest in this question.".
Can We Afford to Grow Older. provides a comprehensive, up-to-date survey of the implications of population aging in these and other OECD countries relative to a range of specific interrelated issues -- Social Security schemes, employer pensions, educational attainment, wage growth and distribution, economic productivity, consumption, savings, retirement, and health care -- all.
Henry J. Aaron is a senior fellow in Economic Studies at the Brookings Institution, where he holds the Bruce and Virginia MacLaury Chair. Among his many books are Can We. Corrections. All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors.
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