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Economics of Aging

Kruse, Agneta LU (2010) In 21st Century Economics. A Reference Handbook p.585-595
Abstract
Population aging is a world wide phenomenon. Demographic structure and aging affects both consumption and production in an economy, which is analysed in a life cycle setting. Special emphasis is given to aging and the welfare state including the organisation of old age pensions.
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published
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keywords
welfare state, life cycle production and conumption patterns, dependency ratios, aging, demographic structure
categories
Popular Science
in
21st Century Economics. A Reference Handbook
editor
Free, Rhona C
pages
585 - 595
publisher
SAGE Publications
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  • Scopus:79952268736
ISBN
978-1-4129-6142-4
language
English
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yes
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7e853ac6-4a27-4b84-873a-cd7fffc12ba3 (old id 1663061)
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2010-08-31 11:08:41
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  author       = {Kruse, Agneta},
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  language     = {eng},
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  year         = {2010},
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