Browsing East-West Center by Author "National Transfer Accounts Project"

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  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center, 2011-12)
    On 19-20 September 2011, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the East-West Center (EWC) held a Technical Policy Seminar on the Economics of Aging. This issue of the NTA Bulletin summarizes presentations and ...
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu, HI : East-West Center, 2012-06)
    A steady, adequate level of consumption is a critical measure of wellbeing at every stage of life. Working-age adults support their consumption largely through labor income. But an important concern for families and ...
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu, HI : East-West Center, 2012-12)
    Over the past 60 years, population age structures have been changing everywhere in the world. As the share of national populations at working ages has grown relative to the share of dependent children, many of the world's ...
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center, 2011-01)
    Changes in population age structure are occurring more quickly today than at any time in human history, posing both opportunities and challenges for policymakers. Policymakers need to understand the likely consequences of ...
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center, 2011)
    A brochure describing the NTA project.
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center, 2011)
    A summary of the project's finding with selected tables and graphs is now available in the form of wallchart.
  • National Transfer Accounts Project (Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center, 2011-05)
    Changes in population age structure are occurring more quickly today than at any time in human history, posing both opportunities and challenges for policymakers. Policymakers need to understand the likely consequences of ...

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