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by Paolo Onofri

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ISBN:
1843767791
Author:
Paolo Onofri
Category:
Business & Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edward Elgar Pub (November 30, 2004)
Pages:
422 pages
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The authors demonstrate that an ageing population does not necessarily lead to a reduction in growth, providing that the working population are more . The book begins by studying the past decade of stagflation in Japan.

The authors demonstrate that an ageing population does not necessarily lead to a reduction in growth, providing that the working population are more productive and save a greater percentage of their income. They look in detail at the examples of Italy and Japan, two countries which have the fastest ageing populations in Europe and the world respectively. The authors argue that a reduction in innovation, shorter working hours and saturation of demand are to blame for the slow-down in growth, rather than demographic transition.

This book provides some of the answers to the difficult decisions governments and citizens will have to make.

ESRI Studies series on ageing Macroeconomic Issues.

ESRI Studies series on ageing. The ESRI Studies Series on Ageing provides a forum for the publication of a limited number of books, which are the result of this international collaboration, on the three main issues of macroeconomics, pension and social security reform, and the labour market. Macroeconomic Issues.

Studies of population ageing are divided roughly into three categories

Studies of population ageing are divided roughly into three categories. Studies of: ET macroeconomic problems related to the decline in the workforce due to ageing ET social security systems, with many looking at pension systems ET the microeconomics of the labour market-for example, employment of the elderly, competition with younger workers, the female workforce and immigrant workers (Onofri 2004)

Journal of Pension Economics & Finance.

Journal of Pension Economics & Finance. University of Turin and CeRP. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 06 October 2005.

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Macroeconomic Issues. ESRI Studies Series on Ageing. The authors demonstrate that an ageing population does not necessarily lead to a reduction in growth, providing that the working population are more productive and save a greater percentage of their income.

Macroeconomic Issues (Esri Studies Series on Ageing). 22 tax deductible donation. Download for print-disabled. Check nearby libraries. Published November 30, 2004 by Edward Elgar Publishing. Economic development, Pensions, Age distribution (Demography).

In April 2000, the Japanese government's Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) initiated A Study on Sustainable Economic and Social Structure in the Twenty-first Century to complement the Millennium Project by focusing on aging and environmental problems in the foreseeable future. The series reports the Study's findings. Here contributors, presumably economists though they do not admit so, look at demographic transition and the impact of growth in Japan, demographic transition and pension systems, and the impact of the demographic transition on the world economy. Within those broad themes, they consider such aspects as the lost decade of the 1990s in Japan, the distributional impact of social security reform, and incorporating demographic change in multi-country macroeconomic models. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)