Can the global economy keep up with our rapidly aging population?

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  • How does the world pay for things like health care and social security with an increasingly aging population? Derek Hoff wrote the book on the subject. 

Can the global economy keep up with our rapidly aging population?

How does the world pay for things like health care and social security with an increasingly aging population? It’s a big question, but the Eccles School’s Derek Hoff literally wrote the book on the subject.

“The argument is that if you don’t have steadily rising populations you can’t have economic growth, and there is this crisis for social support systems of too many old people and not enough young people to pay for them,” Hoff told The Guardian.

2020-09-17T11:07:13-06:00September 17th, 2020|

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