How Can China Solve its Old Age Security Problem ? The Interaction Between Pension , SOE and Financial Market Reform

@inproceedings{James2001HowCC,
  title={How Can China Solve its Old Age Security Problem ? The Interaction Between Pension , SOE and Financial Market Reform},
  author={Estelle James},
  year={2001}
}
Like most countries, China faces a rapidly aging population. In fact, China is aging more rapidly than practically any other country. In 1990 only 9% of China’s population was over the age of 65, but by 2030 this proportion will more than double, to 22%. More than a quarter of the world’s old people will live in China by 2030. And the absolute number of workers will actually decline, as fertility rates are below replacement levels. While population aging is a long run phenomenon, it has become… CONTINUE READING
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