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ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research

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CEPAR

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Working paper

17 Feb 2017

This report analyses the components of economic growth in 21 APEC economies in the past 25 years and the next 35. Written to contribute to discussions at APEC Senior Officials’ meetings in the run up to APEC ministerial and leaders meetings, it highlights the critical role played by population...

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Fact sheet

22 Jul 2015

This fact sheet compares historic demographic patterns and central projections from the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Australian Treasury. It looks at trends relating to the total population, population ageing, fertility, life expectancy and migration. Treasury figures are of...

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Research report

10 Apr 2014

As population ageing means more people will require care and support, this research brief looks at demand and funding of formal and informal care.

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For a proportion of people, a long life comes with chronic illnesses, disability, or physical or...

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Research report

10 Apr 2014

With population ageing likely to result in more people requiring care, this research brief looks at aged care on the ground by describing care recipients, providers, the workforce, and access and quality issues.

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Population ageing is likely to result in...

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Research report

23 May 2013

With total health spending in the region worth over a trillion dollars in 2010 and demand for healthcare continuing to grow, Asian governments will have a tremendous challenge meeting and funding this demand.

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• This is the third research brief in a three-part series that...

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Research report

23 May 2013

Asia's general reliance on defined benefit schemes could potentially lead to unfunded liabilities similar to those experienced in some countries in Europe, once the tipping point is reached. Some segments of the population lack meaningful pensions, a feature of many developing economies in the...

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Research report

23 May 2013

While Asia's population is expected to increase by one billion people in the next thirty years, the significant demographic story is the change in its age structure.

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• This is the first research brief in a three-part series that looks at Asia in the ageing...

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Research report

10 Sep 2012

The fiscal challenges of population ageing can be tackled in a number of ways. These include investing in capital and productivity of the smaller workforce, greater saving for retirement, higher migration, an active population policy, reducing benefits for the old, and/or encouraging and...

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