Bron: The Economist
Ageing populations could be a boon rather than a curse. But for that to happen, a lot needs to change first, argues Sacha Nauta.
The pessimism about ageing populations is based on the idea that the moment people turn 65, they move from being net contributors to the economy to net recipients of benefits. But if many more of them remain economically active, the process will become much more gradual and nuanced.
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