2 edition of Emerging issues of population aging in Asia and the Pacific found in the catalog.
Emerging issues of population aging in Asia and the Pacific
United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.
|Series||Document (United Nations) ST/ESCAP/ -- 810, Asian population studies series -- no. 99|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. --|
|Number of Pages||84|
“Gender and Remittance Flows in Vietnam during Economic Transformation”, Asia Pacific Population Journal, Vol. 23, No. 2 (August ): , Giang Thanh Long. “Aging Population and the Public Pension Scheme in Vietnam: A Long-term Financial Assessment”, East & West Studies, Vol Issue 1 (June ): Global Aging and the Future of Emerging Markets assesses the potential impact of the “demographic transition” on economic growth and social and political stability in today’s emerging markets. The report stresses that as birthrates fall and life expectancy rises much of the emerging world is entering a period in which population trends.
This book discusses the societal and public policy challenges and reform options for the East Asia and Pacific countries as they address aging. The book aims to strike a balance between optimism and pessimism over aging. On the one hand, the impacts of aging on growth, labor markets, and public spending need not represent the unavoidable. Asia-Pacific Population Journal (Bangkok:ESCAP) 2(2) The aging of Asia. Journal of Gerontology SS a Emerging issues in cross-national survey research on ageing in Asia. Pp. in International Population Conference, New Delhi , Vol. 3. Liege: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.
In this paper, I analyse the impact of population aging on saving in Asia (with emphasis on Japan and China) and obtain the following findings: population aging will lead to declines in household, private, government and national saving rates, but to the extent that population aging is accompanied by absolute declines in population, investment rates will also decline. Asia countries on average are expected to gain years. It is striking to note that East Asia will be home to three of the countries with highest longevity: Japan, Korea and China. POPULATION AGING. Chart 3 shows the rapid aging that is occurring in several Asian countries.
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This report looks at the trends and emerging demographics in Asia. From tothe region experienced a major population boom, however, bythe to age group population.
The number of elderly in Asia will more than double by million against million in This publication addresses major policy implications of population ageing in Asia and the Pacific. Asia-Pacific countries could actually reap a “longevity dividend” if older people were enabled to work for longer, but in ways appropriate to their age.
Age-friendly employment policies, flexible retirement and investment in human capital, infrastructure and public services could help make this happen, alongside doing away with laws that.
Population trends in Asia and the Pacific The population in Asia and the Pacific is growing at less than 1 per cent per annum Inthe total population of the Asia-Pacific region stood at billion, which is 60 per cent of the world’s population.
Currently, there are billion in South and South-West Asia, billion in. taken lightly. The Asia-Pacific region is undergoing profound and rapid population changes. All countries and territories in this region are in the process of ageing at an unprecedented rate, although the timing and pace of this transition varies.
Population ageing will have immense effects on various socioeconomic issues, including poverty. FIGURE 1: PROPORTION OF TOTAL POPULATION AGED 60 OR OVER IN AND BY ESCAP SUBREGION 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 East and No˜h-East Asia No˜h and Central Asia Pacific South and South-West Asia South-East Asia Percentage of older persons Source: ESCAP Statistical Database ( The aging of the population in many East Asian countries will create significant labor shortages leading to greater demand for migrant workers.
For these reasons, international labor mobility is emerging as an important development issue in East Asia with important implications for the Bank’s mission of poverty reduction and supporting.
Governments in Asia are generally poorly prepared for this vast change that will have wide social and economic consequences. "As the population dividend that fueled Asia's rapid growth becomes a tax, the region must find innovative ways to sustain economic expansion, and provide better support for its growing elderly population.".
This book provides contemporary regional science perspectives on population change and its socio-economic consequences in the Asia-Pacific region. This region is highly diverse in terms of key demographic indicators such as population size, growth, composition and distribution.
Across Asia Pacific, local governments are prioritising information and communications technology development as one of their key national reforms. Earlier infor instance, the Chinese government issued its 13th Five-year Plan.
• East Asia and Pacific is aging faster than any other region, posing risks for public finances and healthcare delivery, and increasing the challenges to sustained economic growth. • Managing aging requires womb-to-tomb policies addressing issues such as child care, education, employment practices, health care, and pensions.
A consequence of population aging is the decline in the ratio of the working age population to the elderly population. The world’s potential support ratio – or PSR, the total working-age population, aged 15 to 64 years, to those aged 65 years or older – has declined from 12 in to seven today.
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacific, while sustaining its efforts to eradicate extreme poverty. It assists its members and partners by providing loans, technical assistance, grants, and equity investments to promote social and economic development.
Population Aging in China Issue 95 of Asian population studies series: Contributors: China National Committee on Aging. Study Team, United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific: Publisher: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and Pacific, Original from: University of Minnesota: Digitized: May 4, Length.
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Ageing in Asia and the Pacific: emerging issues and successful practices. [United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.;] -- The publication aims to address major policy implications of population ageing in Asia and the Pacific and review successful cases in developing national policies and programmes on ageing.
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific: Emerging Issues of Population Aging in Asia and the Pacific, Asian Population Study Series No ESCAP, Bangkok, pp. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Title(s): Emerging issues of population aging in Sri Lanka/ by P.D.A.
Perera. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New. No region will be more impacted by population ageing than Asia. At years, life expectancy at birth in Japan is one of the longest in the world.
The emerging profile of. Cambodia, Pakistan and Laos will remain as the youngest country with the less aging population comparing to other countries in Asia, estimated to have just %, % and % elder population in Thailand’s aging population figures are on par with many developed countries, it is ranked as the third rapidly aging population in Asia.
Aging in Asia: Findings from New and Emerging Data Initiatives is a peer-reviewed collection of papers from China, India, Indonesia, Japan, and Thailand that were presented at two conferences organized in conjunction with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Indian National Science Academy, Indonesian Academy of Sciences, and Science Council of.Emerging Demographic Trends in Asia and the Pacific: The Implications for International Migration Graeme Hugo The University of Adelaide The Migration Policy Institute is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit think tank dedicated to the study of the movement of people worldwide.Title(s): Emerging issues of population aging in Asia and the Pacific: report of the seminar held at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, organized by ESCAP/CSDHA/NPFDB from July Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Bangkok, Thailand: Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific ; New York: United Nations,