Geodemographic and life course perspectives of population ageing in Australia: informing the policy response to population ageing
This study examines the geodemographic and life course perspectives of population ageing in Australia. The ageing of populations around the globe is one of the most significant demographic changes underway, with far reaching implications for the design of policy settings. In Australia, population ageing is intensifying as the large baby boomer cohort born between 1946 and 1966 enters their aged years. At the same time the policy response to population ageing...[Show more]
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