English, Article edition: Europe's Demographic Evolution Through to the Year 2050 Rakhsat Sleiman

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  • Europe's Demographic Evolution Through to the Year 2050
Author
  • Rakhsat Sleiman
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  • The baby-boom generations that expanded the working populations of Europe's principal countries for thirty years are about to enter retirement. This is a transitory phenomenon. But falling fertility rates and longer life expectancy over the next half-century will restrict demographic growth to the retired population. In the majority of the seven countries studied here, the fall in the working populations and the number of young people will be sufficiently large to lead to a reduction in population sizes, that in some cases will be significant.
  • ageing; demoeconomics; demography; pensions; labor market; factor markets
  • RePEc:cii:cepill:2003-219
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  • English
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