The Routledge Handbook of the Economics of Ageing
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Drawing on an international pool of scholars, this cutting-edge Handbook surveys the micro, macro and institutional aspects of the economics of ageing. It addresses a broad range of themes, including health economics, labour economics, pensions and social security, generational accounting, wealth inequality and regional perspectives.
Ageing populations pose some of the foremost global challenges of this century. Drawing on an international pool of scholars, this cutting-edge Handbook surveys the micro, macro and institutional aspects of the economics of ageing.
Structured in seven parts, the volume addresses a broad range of themes, including health economics, labour economics, pensions and social security, generational accounting, wealth inequality and regional perspectives. Each chapter combines a succinct overview of the state of current research with a sketch of a promising future research agenda.
This Handbook will be an essential resource for advanced students, researchers and policymakers looking at the economics of ageing across the disciplines of economics, demography, public policy, public health and beyond.
Chapter 37 of this book is freely available as a downloadable Open Access PDF at http://www.taylorfrancis.com under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) 4.0 license.
"Pension models provide powerful insights, but policy analysis frequently fails to combine those insights with a wider view ? for example, assessment of pension adequacy needs to take account both of the pension system as a whole and of wider factors such as the existence (or not) of comprehensive insurance covering health and social care. One of the great strengths of this volume is that the 40 chapters the editors have assembled locate discussion in the wider context, including pensions, health, earning opportunities and individual elements such as ageing and personality." ? Nicholas Barr, Professor of Public Economics, London School of Economics, UK
"With insights from leading economists and demographers from around the globe, this Handbook will be an invaluable resource for those seeking up-to-date synthesis of a dazzling array of conceptual and empirical questions about the economics of ageing." ? Karen Eggleston, Director, Asia Health Policy Program, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, USA
1 Introduction Part I Health 2 Modeling the Impact of Population Aging on Future Fiscal Obligations 3 Medical Innovations and Ageing: A Health Economics Perspective 4 Medical Progress, Aging, and Sustainability of Health Care Finance 5 Technologies to Mitigate Cognitive Aging 6 Gender, Aging, and Health 7 Economics of Disease Prevention in the Elderly 8 The Economics of Long
-Term Care 9 Spousal Health and Assortative Matching 10 Mental Health and Illness in Aging Part II Pensions and Social Security 11 Social Security Reforms in Heterogeneous Aging Populations 12 Economic Preparation for Retirement 13 Pension Policy in Emerging Asian Economies with Population Aging: What Do We Know, Where Should We Go? 14 Trends in Pension Reforms in OECD Countries Part III Income and Economic Growth 15 Economic Growth, Intergenerational Transfers, and Population Aging 16 Consumption, Saving, and Wealth Accumulation at Old Age: Comparing Evidence from Developed and Developing Countries 17 Automation and aging 18 Working Life?Labor Supply, Aging, and Longevity 19 Education and Aging: Human Capital Investments and Aging Part IV Work and Employment 20 The Employment of Older Workers 21 Retirement and Health 22 The Relevance of Cognition in the Context of Population Aging 23 Productivity in an Aging World 24 Population Aging and Gender Gaps: Labor Market, Family Relationships, and Public Policy Part V Data and Measurement 25 Measuring Aging 26 The Health and Retirement Study 27 National Transfer Accounts and the Economics of Aging 28 Aging and Dependency 29 Patterns of Time Use Among Older People Part VI Aging and Personality 30 Aging and Economic Preferences 31 Financial Literacy and Financial Behavior 32 Age and the Value of Life 33 Happiness and Aging in the United States 34 Aging and Foreign Policy Preferences 35 Behavioral Science and Noncommunicable Diseases in Low
- and Middle
-Income Countries 36 The Implications of Population Aging for Immigrant
- and Gender
-Related Attitudes Part VII Regional Developments 37 Global Ageing and Health 38 Social Protection and Population Ageing in Asia 39 Aging in China 40 Aging in Latin America 41 Population Aging and Migration