Population Aging and the Generational Economy: A Global Perspective
by Ronald Lee, Andrew Mason
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub 2011
Number of pages: 617
Lee and Mason have done scholars and practitioners a magnificent service by undertaking this comprehensive, compelling, and supremely innovative examination of the economic consequences of changes in population age structure. The book is a bona fide crystal ball. It will be a must read for the next decade.
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