TITLE

Ageing and globalisation in a moment of so-called crisis

AUTHOR(S)
Neilson, Brett
PUB. DATE
December 2009
SOURCE
Health Sociology Review;Dec2009, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p349
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The global economic turmoil that has unfolded since August 2007 promises to change methods for the governance of ageing in ways yet unknown. Against this background, this paper asks how the demographic shifts associated with population ageing interact with other aspects of globalisation: the financialisation of economic systems, changing patterns of migration and transformations to health provision. The emphasis is on understanding the complex interplay between these processes and their relevance for rethinking approaches to population ageing in a time of uncertain transition. Questioning the tendency to understand these fields of change as precipitating distinct crises, the paper suggests that the relative predictability of global population ageing makes it an appropriate area in which to begin a reassessment of wider policy directions.
ACCESSION #
48596142

 

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