Aging China: The Demographic Challenge to China's Economic Prospects

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Robert Stowe England has been a financial editor and journalist for more than 20 years. From 1999 to 2002, he served as director of research for the Global Aging Initiative at CSIS. England has written extensively on employee benefits, retirement, and pensions in a variety of journals and magazines and has written a number of research papers on retirement issues. He has also written often on business strategy, banking, corporate finance, the economy, and foreign affairs. He is the author of three studies for CSIS: The Fiscal Challenge of an Aging Industrial World, Global Aging and Financial Markets: Hard Landings Ahead? and The Macroeconomic Impact of Global Aging: A New Era of Economic Frailty? He is the chief author of Safe and Sound: A 10-Year Plan for Promoting Personal Financial Security (American Benefits Council, 2004). England has also been a featured speaker on aging issues at forums around the globe. Selections of his work can be found at http://www.robertstoweengland.com.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • 1 - Introduction and Overview 1
  • 2 - Demography Shapes the Society 13
  • 3 - China’s Economy and Aging Society 34
  • 4 - China’s Social Service Programs 78
  • 5 - An Aging China in a Global Economy 109
  • Select Bibliography 121
  • Index 129
  • About the Author 137
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