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Economics of Age

This report and the working groups it draws upon were made possible by a grant from the Nuffield Foundation.

The working groups...

Tagged categories include: Care, Economics of Age, Intergenerational

This report and the “Choosing Population Projections” conference were made possible by the generous support of Swiss Re. The...

Tagged categories include: Economics of Age, Future of Age, Global Ageing

The debate was organised jointly by the ILC-UK and Actuarial Profession, and took place in London on the 13th October 2009. Almost 200...

Tagged categories include: Economics of Age, Future of Age

The research looks at how receipt of inheritance varies by age and socioeconomic group, and analyses the expectations of older cohorts...

Tagged categories include: Economics of Age, Equality and Human Rights, Longevity

This report was made possible by the generous support of Norwich Union.

As 'The Age of Inheritance' shows, the UK has entered...

Tagged categories include: Comunities and Housing, Economics of Age, Intergenerational

The future funding of long-term care for older people is widely recognised as one of the biggest public policy challenges confronting...

Tagged categories include: Care, Economics of Age, Intergenerational

The project aims to assess older persons' functioning and the contributions they make to family and community, specifically older...

Tagged categories include: Comunities and Housing, Economics of Age, Health and Health Ageing

The paper is authored by James Lloyd of ILC-UK. The paper focuses on wide range of challenges to public policy relating to changing...

Tagged categories include: Economics of Age, Future of Age