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Reflecting on China’s troubled outlook as it turns 66

First published: 25th September 2015 The 66th anniversary of the founding of the Peoples Republic of China will be celebrated on 1st October with fanfare. But this Year of the Goat – which in Chinese astrology heralds calm after the

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Strategies for winning the demographic battle

First published: Nikkei Asian Review, 28/08/2014   Asia’s aging population will inevitably affect its economic growth. But demographics are not destiny; all nations have the capacity to develop ways of navigating the transition toward grayer societies.      The main

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The clock is ticking for an aging Asia

First published: Nikkei Asian Review, 28/08/2014 The rapid aging of the population is widely recognized as one of the most daunting challenges facing developed economies, such as Japan and Germany. Less attention has been paid to the fact that graying demographics

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Interview for Yale project on The Future of Global Finance

First posted: Yale School of Management, International Center for Finance, 27/05/14 This is the link to an interview given for the special Yale website dedicated to their project on The Future of Global Finance..“more:”

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The Age of Ageing: global demographics, destinies, and coping mechanisms

First webcast: The Conference Board, 14/05/2013 This webcast examines the effects of global demographic change on the economic and social models of ageing Western nations, and more youthful emerging and developing countries. Based on the book The Age of Ageing,

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