Elke Loichinger

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Population aging is an inevitable global demographic process. Most of the literature on the consequences of demographic change focuses on the economic and societal challenges that we will face as people live longer and have fewer children. In this paper, we (a) briefly describe key trends and projections of the magnitude and speed of population aging; (b)(More)
K.C. for their help and insights! I also thank Elisabeth Riedler (who has focused her analysis on the country of Uganda) for her collaboration on the design of the population projection model and data analysis, as well as helpful comments and remarks during the writing process. Abstract The goal of this thesis is to explore how different education and(More)
In this paper we compare several types of economic dependency ratios for a selection of European countries. These dependency ratios take not only into account the demographic structure of the population, but also the differences in age-specific economic behaviour such as labour market activity, income and consumption. In simulations where we combine(More)
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