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The Challenges of Population Aging in the People’s

Details: While the PRC's aging population poses economic challenges, if managed well it could generate new employment opportunities with the emergence of new professions related to elderly care. However, capturing these benefits requires labor market reforms, higher public spending to finance long-term care and pensions, and policy support to form a

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Population Aging and Its Economic Consequences for …

Details: of the population unable to work and needing care is expected to be much less than the rise in the proportion of the population aged 65 and over. This is the essence of the saying that “70 will be the new 60.” However, in the absence of changes in the current structure of public programs, population aging

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Population Aging and the Three Demographic Dividends in Asia

Details: population aging has been observed on a worldwide basis. In various parts of the world, …

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Population and Aging, Asia and the Pacific ADB Data

Details: 15 rows · Population and Aging, Asia and the Pacific. People. This dataset …

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Population and Aging in Asia: The Growing Elderly

Details: Download dataset . Asia's population is aging rapidly and as the population dividend that has fueled Asia's rapid growth becomes a tax, the region must look for ways to sustain economic expansion, and provide better support for its growing elderly population.

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Population Aging and Inequality: Evidence from the …

Details: Population aging has significant economic and social costs. In this paper, we study its impacts on inequality, both theoretically and empirically. First, we build a two-period overlapping-generation model with an uncertain lifetime and find that population aging has the overall effect of increasing income and consumption inequality within society.

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Population Aging and Its Economic Consequences for the

Details: Population aging is a pressing concern in the PRC since the rapid fertility decline after 1970. The paper presents relevant data on population, aging, fertility, and mortality in the PRC over the decades. Recommendations focus on improving fertility, pension, education, and health policies to provide better living conditions for people of all ages.

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54116-001: Challenges and Opportunities of Population

Details: The knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will generate policy-relevant knowledge on population aging by (i) supporting the development of internationally comparable panel survey-based databases on aging in selected countries; and (ii) coordinating the implementation of comparative and demonstrative studies in selected countries of the region to provide their …

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Singapore Care System Population Aging

Details: Population health is an interdisciplinary and multistakeholder approach targeting improved health outcomes across a population. It is based on two foundational concepts: a holistic understanding of health, its behavioral and social determinants, and a life-course perspective; and a recognition that medical interventions alone

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LN1277: Population Project Asian Development Bank

Details: Loan 1277-: Population Project; Asian Development Fund: US$ 23.51 million Approval: 02 Dec 1993: Project Data Sheets (PDS) contain summary information on the project or program. Because the PDS is a work in progress, some information may not be included in its initial version but will be added as it becomes available. Information about proposed

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Singapore's Long-Term Care System: Adapting to Population

Details: Recognizing population aging as a key issue shaping its future, Singapore developed the Healthcare Masterplan 2012–2020 to expand accessibility, enhance affordability, and improve quality of health care for older people. In 2015, the $2.2 billion Action Plan for Successful Aging was also launched, which includes more than 70 initiatives with

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Population and Aging in Asia: The Growing Elderly

Details: The favorable demographics that have driven high economic growth in the region are likely to reverse. "Asia's population is aging quickly,” said Juzhong Zhuang, ADB's Deputy Chief Economist. "As the population dividend that fueled Asia's rapid growth becomes a tax, the region must find innovative ways to sustain economic expansion, and

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55025-001: National Strategy and Policy Framework on

Details: The knowledge and support technical assistance (TA) will help the Government of the People's Republic of China (PRC) respond to aging population by undertaking research and developing the policy tools and action plans related to aging and elderly care. The proposed TA is aligned with strategic priority 3: aging society and health security of the Asian Development Bank's …

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Population Pressure, Land Tenure, and Natural Resource

Details: Massive degradation of natural resources, including forests, rangeland, and irrigation water, has been taking place in the Third World. Its growing population has increased demand for land, trees, and water, which, coupled with tenure insecurity or the absence of clear property rights, has resulted in the over-exploitation of these natural resources (e.g., Deacon …

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Challenges and Opportunities of Population Aging in the

Details: The population in the People's Republic of China (PRC) is aging rapidly. The proportion of people aged 60 years and above is expected to increase from 12% in 2010 to 33% by 2050, turning the PRC into the oldest population in the world. Health care costs and dependency ratios will increase in parallel.

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DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE, TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES, AND …

Details: population above 50 years old to the population between 20 and 49, we confirm their empirical result using a panel dataset that a rise in the ratio is positively associated with higher growth. However, we also find that a rise in working-age population share, population ages 15–64, as a percentage of total population, leads to higher growth.

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Demographic Change, Technological Advances, and Growth: A

Details: The empirical analysis suggests that a growing share of older people combined with a shrinking working-age population lowers economic growth. The paper also finds that technological advancement and adoption help older cohorts contribute more to growth.

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Challenges and Opportunities of Population Aging in …

Details: 50%. This doubled the working-age population from 400 million in 1978 to 800 in 2005, generating a large demographic dividend that added about 2 percentage points a year to GDP growth. However, the working-age population peaked in 2011 at 940 million, and it has been declining since. Today,

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Basic Statistics 2019 Asian Development Bank

Details: Basic Statistics 2019 contains development indicators for 46 economies in the Asia and Pacific Region. The publication covers selected indicators of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) such as the proportion of population living below $1.90 (PPP) a day, maternal mortality ratio, carbon dioxide emissions, and proportion of population covered by mobile network.

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The Socioeconomic Implications of Population Aging in the

Details: A population is said to be aging when the elderly segment grows faster than the total population, resulting from falling fertility rates and rising longevity. Aging can have adverse effects on economic performance that demand changes in social and economic policies to address the challenge.

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GROWING OLD BEFORE BECOMING RICH

Details: Population Aging in Sri Lanka: Demographic Trends and Prospects 1 Macroeconomic Implications of an Aging Population 10 About the Report 11 2 The State of the Elderly 12 The Elderly and Their Living Arrangements 12 Income of the Elderly 16 Poverty among the Elderly 23 3 Pensions and Old-Age Income Support 28 Overview of Arrangements 28

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ADB Briefs No. 6

Details: population is said to be aging when the elderly segment grows faster than the total population, resulting from falling fertility rates and rising longevity. Aging can have adverse effects on economic performance that demand changes in social and economic policies to …

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How to Fill the Working-Age Population Gap in Asia: A

Details: To address the challenges of aging populations, this paper examines extending the retirement age, augmenting labor migration within the region, and using population accounting methodology with the goal of increasing fertility rates.

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Poverty: People's Republic of China Asian Development Bank

Details: Poverty Data: People's Republic of China. In the People's Republic of China, 0.6% of the population lived below the national poverty line in 2019. In the People's Republic of China, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day in 2019 is 0.3%. For every 1,000 babies born in the People's Republic of China in

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Basic Statistics 2021 Asian Development Bank

Details: Basic Statistics 2021 presents data for 46 economies in Asia and the Pacific on development indicators tracking progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Creating Livable Cities: Regional Perspectives

Details: The world’s urban population has grown significantly from 751 million in 1950 (30% of the total population) to 4.2 billion in 2018 (55% of the total population). This is estimated to increase to 5.2 billion in 2030 (60% of the total population) and 6.7 …

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AT A GLANCE PAPUA NEW GUINEA

Details: The majority of the population still has limited access to . finance as banks remain reluctant to lend. Borrowers tend to be urban-based, with banks maintaining low exposure to agriculture and semi-subsistence farming, despite 80% of PNG’s population depending on the agriculture sector. 1.

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Cities and Urbanization in Asia: 12 Things to Know Asian

Details: Here are 12 facts and figures about the rise of the city. Asian cities are growing rapidly. Another 1.1 billion people will live in the region's cities in the next 20 years. Source: ADB. 2008. Managing Asian Cities. By 2030, more than 55% of the population of Asia will be urban. Source: ADB. 2011. Competitive Cities in the 21st Century: Cluster

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Mongolia’s Growth to Gradually Recover in 2021 — ADB

Details: Until the vaccination target of 60% of the population is achieved, concerns over public health will continue to dampen domestic demand and business confidence, which result in an uneven recovery outside of the mining sector, the report says. However, business sentiment and economic prospects will be better in 2022 as COVID-19 concerns ease.

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How Does Population Aging Affect the Effectiveness of

Details: We study how population aging affects macroeconomic performance and the effectiveness of macroeconomic policies. By using a new Keynesian dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model with heterogeneous households, we find that the effectiveness of monetary policy diminishes as population aging proceeds.

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Philippines: By the Numbers ADB Data Library Asian

Details: Philippines: By the Numbers. Economics. People. Poverty. The latest selected data on the Philippines' economy, poverty and socioeconomic development, and …

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Demographic Transition for Economic Development in Taipei

Details: However, population aging has a minor influence on the dynamics of the macroeconomic variables. Nevertheless, the government should be cautious and allocate resources to help labor-intensive and low-skilled industries transform into more innovation-oriented and …

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How to Protect Asia’s Rapidly Aging Population from COVID-19

Details: Asia and the Pacific are rapidly aging. Fifty-eight percent of the global population, or 614 million persons over the age of 60 years old live in the region. In many countries, more than half of older people are affected by underlying …

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Poverty: Philippines Asian Development Bank

Details: In the Philippines, 16.7% of the population lived below the national poverty line in 2018. In the Philippines, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day in 2019 is 2.2%. For every 1,000 babies born in the Philippines in 2019, 27 …

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Poverty: Pakistan Asian Development Bank

Details: In Pakistan, 24.3% of the population lives below the national poverty line in 2015. In Pakistan, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day in 2019 is 1.3%. For every 1,000 babies born in Pakistan in 2019, 67 die before their 5th birthday. Download data: Basic Statistics, Asia and the Pacific.

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Asia 2050: Realizing the Asian Century: Executive Summary

Details: These seven economies had a combined total population of 3.1 billion (78 percent of total Asia) and GDP of $15.1 trillion (87 percent of Asia) in 2010. Under the Asian Century scenario, their share of population by 2050 would be 75 percent and their GDP would be 90 percent of Asia. They alone will account for 45 percent of global GDP.

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Impact of Population Aging on Asia's Future Growth Asian

Details: Population aging affects growth through savings, capital accumulation, labor force participation, and total factor productivity. The authors examined the impact of aging on those four channels in 12 developing Asian economies that collectively make up the bulk of the region’s population and output. They then made projections about the effects

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Regional Conference on Health and Socioeconomic Well-Being

Details: Population aging is a growing challenge and policy priority in many Asian countries. However, quality individual and household data is often insufficient to properly monitor and compare the living conditions of older persons across genders, social environments, and economic levels in the region.

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The Demographic Dividend in Bhutan: Taking Advantage of

Details: population transition and off ers policy recommendations to better take advantage of it. About the Asian Development Bank ADB is committed to achieving a prosperous, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable Asia and the Pacifi c, while sustaining its eff orts to eradicate extreme poverty. Established in 1966, it is owned by 68 members

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ADB Economics Working Paper Series

Details: population age structure influence the savings rate and output per worker is an important and complex issue. The effects of changes in population age structure through the support ratio, however, are direct and unambiguous. Age transitions in Asia, the Pacific, and elsewhere are leading to swings in population concentrations in the working ages and

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THE GREATER MEKONG SUBREGION 2030 AND BEYOND

Details: 16.1 Distribution of Urban Population by Size of City, 2000 and 2015 273 16.2 Comparison between World Urbanization Prospects (WUP) and 277 Nighttime Lights Data, 2000–2016 16.3 Distribution of Urban Population by Size of City Using Nighttime Lights Data, 278 2000 and 2016

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Nonlinear Effects of Population Aging on Economic Growth

Details: population appears to coincide with greater share of working-age population.2 Above the 10 percent level of old-age population share, higher old-age population shares appear to be associated with smaller working-age population shares. In order to reveal such a non-linear relationship for individual countries, Figure 3 redraws

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Asian Development Bank Institute

Details: population, reflecting the “top heavy” pattern of urbanization in India. As per 2011 census data, 31% of India’s population living in urban areas contributes to over 63% of India’s gross domestic product(GDP).It is expected that India’s urban areas will accommodate about 40% of the total population and will contribute around 75% of

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Ageing and Wellness in Asia

Details: population, 9% of the region’s population was older than 65, up from 6% in 2010, and is expected to double to 18% by 2050. Figure 1 shows the distributionof various age groups by gender in the population of developing Asia from 1990 to 2020, and the UNationsnited population projections till 2050.

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Poverty: Indonesia Asian Development Bank

Details: Poverty Data: Indonesia. In Indonesia, 9.8% of the population lived below the national poverty line in 2020. From 10.4% in 2013, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day is 3.5% in 2019 in Indonesia. For every 1,000 babies born in Indonesia in 2019, 24 die before their 5th birthday.

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DEMAND ANALYSIS A. Population Analysis

Details: A. Population Analysis 1. Odisha is a diverse state with few pockets of growth. According to the Census of India 2011, the population of Odisha is about 42 million with an uneven geographic distribution. Out of the 30 districts, six districts have a population of 2 million and above, accounting for 36% of the state’s population.

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Poverty: Myanmar Asian Development Bank

Details: In Myanmar, 24.8% of the population lives below the national poverty line in 2017. In Myanmar, the proportion of employed population below $1.90 purchasing power parity a day in 2019 is 1.1%. For every 1,000 babies born in Myanmar in 2019, 45 die before their 5th birthday.

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