Population aging in developing countries.

@article{Shrestha2000PopulationAI,
  title={Population aging in developing countries.},
  author={L B Shrestha},
  journal={Health affairs},
  year={2000},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={204-12}
}
Issues related to population aging--Social Security and pension reform, health care financing and provision, and long-term care--have long been the subject of public debate in the industrialized countries of Europe and North America. Economically less developed regions have been slower to adopt aging as a major public policy concern, despite the fact that older populations in many developing countries are growing more rapidly than are those of industrialized nations. Awareness of issues… CONTINUE READING

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