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Does an Ageing Population Diminish or Enhance Economic Growth ? : A Survey of Literature :

  title={Does an Ageing Population Diminish or Enhance Economic Growth ? : A Survey of Literature :},
  author={Sivalap Sukpaiboonwat and Sutida Plyngam and Jirawat Jaroensathapornkul},
This paper is in line with the theme of survey literatures of ageing society and economic growth. Its knowledge border is also reached into diminish and enhance the growth. The former illustrates the causes of the negative impacts of old population on growth. It reveals that low fertility, long life expectancy, low consumption as well as high public spending on health care lead aggregate output growth decline in the long run. Meanwhile, the latter attempts to explain the hypotheses of why aging… 

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