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dc.contributor.authorMason, Andrew-
dc.contributor.authorLee, Ronald-
dc.contributor.authorPatxot, Concepció-
dc.description.abstractNew estimates of economic flows by age combined with population projections show that in the coming decades (1) global GDP growth could be slower by about 1 percentage point per year, declining more sharply than population growth; (2) GDP will shift toward sub-Saharan Africa more than population trends suggest; (3) living standards of working-age adults may be squeezed by high spending on children and seniors; (4) changing population age distribution will raise living standards in many lower-income nations; (5) changing economic life cycles will amplify the economic effects of population aging in many higher income economies; and (6) population aging will likely push public debt, private assets, and perhaps productivity higher. Population change will have profound implications for national, regional, and global economies.-
dc.format.extent23 p.-
dc.publisherJohn Wiley & Sons-
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dc.relation.ispartofPopulation and Development Review, 2022, vol. 48, num. 1, p. 51-73-
dc.rights(c) The Population Council, 2022-
dc.sourceArticles publicats en revistes (Economia)-
dc.subject.classificationGlobalització (Economia)-
dc.subject.classificationGeografia de la població-
dc.subject.classificationTrasllats de població-
dc.subject.otherGlobalization (Economics)-
dc.subject.otherPopulation geography-
dc.subject.otherPopulation transfers-
dc.titleSix Ways Population Change Will Affect the Global Economy / Members of NTA Network-
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