Current trends in demographics and national budgets will leave the elderly of the future in dire straits.
The first step is to acknowledge the facts of the global fiscal condition.
How will China support its rapidly aging population while sustaining economic growth?
Why has China’s government done little to stop the country’s smoking epidemic?
Why is the euro area’s debt crisis only beginning — and how can it be overcome?
Does Paul Krugman really think it would be wise for Germany to blow all its savings on buying American exports today?
What economic and social adjustments will governments have to make as a result of population aging?
What toll will an aging population take on the family structure?
What does the long-term population forecast hold in store for the year 2050?