Demographic analysis of aging and longevity
Recent biomedical and health care developments have led to longer life spans, particularly for people of older ages. These changes have afforded the growth of the aged population beyond the foreseen ages of survival. Most developed and developing countries have reported decreased mortality at older ages. The aged population is increasing due to the decrease in infant and childhood mortality as well as the decrease in mortality between childhood and gerontology.
Publication Name: American Economic Review
Mutuality for football clubs? Lessons from the financial sector
An assessment is made of mutuality as an economic benefit for the football clubs, drawing heavily on the experience of mutuals in the financial sector. The economic case rests on the distinctive feature of customer loyalty to a club, which is presumed to be much stronger than loyalty to a financial institution.
Publication Name: Studies in Economics and Finance
Health care for the aging baby boom: lessons from abroad
Issues concerning the management of aging populations are discussed. Discussion on the real economic burden of aging should take place mainly in terms of real variables.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Perspectives
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