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The Resource Asymmetric demography and the global economy : growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world, edited by Jose Maria Fanelli, (electronic book)

Asymmetric demography and the global economy : growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world, edited by Jose Maria Fanelli, (electronic book)

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Asymmetric demography and the global economy : growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world
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Asymmetric demography and the global economy
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growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world
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edited by Jose Maria Fanelli
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Language
eng
Summary
Asymmetric Demography and the Global Economy contributes to our understanding of why the demographic transition matters to domestic macroeconomics and global capital movements.
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illustrations
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non fiction
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Fanelli, Jose Maria
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  • Demographic transition
  • Population aging
  • Economic development
  • Economic development
  • International finance
  • International economic relations
Summary expansion
The global demographic transition presents marked asymmetries as poor, emerging, and advanced countries are undergoing different stages of transition. Emerging countries are demographically younger than advanced economies. This youth is favorable to growth and generates a demographic dividend. However, the future of emerging economies will bring a decline in the working-age share and a rise in the older population, as is the case in today's developed world. Hence, developing countries must get rich before getting old, while advanced economies must try not to become poorer as they age. Asymmetric Demography and the Global Economy contributes to our understanding of why this demographic transition matters to the domestic macroeconomics and global capital movements affect the asset accumulation, growth potential, current account, and the economy's international investment position. This collaborative collection approaches these questions from the perspective of "systemically important" emerging countries - i.e., members of the G20 - but considers both the national and the global sides of the problem
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Asymmetric demography and the global economy : growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world, edited by Jose Maria Fanelli, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-284) and index
Contents
PART I: THE DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION AND THE MACROECONOMY: SETTING THE STAGE 1. Demographic Asymmetries and the Global Macroeconomy-- Jose Maria Fanelli and Ramiro Albrieu 2. Demography and the Macroeconomy: A Methodological Framework-- Jose Maria Fanelli PART II: DEMOGRAPHIC ASYMMETRIES AND THE GLOBAL SYSTEM 3. On the Macroeconomic and Financial Implications of the Demographic Transition-- Jose Maria Fanelli and Ramiro Albrieu 4. Demography, Economic Growth, and Capital Flows-- Richard N. Cooper 5. Reforming the Global Monetary Non-system-- Jose Antonio Ocampo PART III: ON CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMERGING ECONOMIES 6. Macroeconomic Effects of the Demographic Transition in Brazil-- Ricardo Brito and Carlos Carvalho 7. China's Premature Demographic Transition in Government-Engineered Growth-- Cai Fang, Yang Du and Harry X. Wu 8. A Study of Demographic and Financial Changes in India-- Pranab kumar Das and Saibal Kar 9. Demographic Transition, Growth, and Wealth in South Africa-- Melvin D. Ayogu and Olumide Taiwo
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9781137481436
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xvi, 293 p.
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electronic
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Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
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9781137481436
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Label
Asymmetric demography and the global economy : growth opportunities and macroeconomic challenges in an ageing world, edited by Jose Maria Fanelli, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 269-284) and index
Contents
PART I: THE DEMOGRAPHIC TRANSITION AND THE MACROECONOMY: SETTING THE STAGE 1. Demographic Asymmetries and the Global Macroeconomy-- Jose Maria Fanelli and Ramiro Albrieu 2. Demography and the Macroeconomy: A Methodological Framework-- Jose Maria Fanelli PART II: DEMOGRAPHIC ASYMMETRIES AND THE GLOBAL SYSTEM 3. On the Macroeconomic and Financial Implications of the Demographic Transition-- Jose Maria Fanelli and Ramiro Albrieu 4. Demography, Economic Growth, and Capital Flows-- Richard N. Cooper 5. Reforming the Global Monetary Non-system-- Jose Antonio Ocampo PART III: ON CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMERGING ECONOMIES 6. Macroeconomic Effects of the Demographic Transition in Brazil-- Ricardo Brito and Carlos Carvalho 7. China's Premature Demographic Transition in Government-Engineered Growth-- Cai Fang, Yang Du and Harry X. Wu 8. A Study of Demographic and Financial Changes in India-- Pranab kumar Das and Saibal Kar 9. Demographic Transition, Growth, and Wealth in South Africa-- Melvin D. Ayogu and Olumide Taiwo
Control code
9781137481436
Extent
xvi, 293 p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Users can print and/or download individual articles/chapters and other individual items from Palgrave Connect ebooks, limited to no more than one chapter per title per authorised user
Isbn
9781137481436
Other physical details
ill.
Specific material designation
unspecified
Type of computer file
PDF.

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