Aging and the Economy: The Japanese Experience
Maria Canon (),
Marianna Kudlyak and
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Marisa Reed: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
The Regional Economist, 2015, issue Oct
Because of its unusually high percentage of older people, Japan is heavily analyzed by other developed economies for studying the impact of aging on a macroeconomy. Does a large older population affect such things as output, inflation and labor force participation?
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