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Title: Transferring resources between age groups : what roles do governments play? 
Author: National Transfer Accounts Project
Date: 2011-05
Publisher: Honolulu : Population and Health Studies, East-West Center
Abstract: 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 demographic change in their own societies in order to develop sustainable programs in areas of healthcare, education, pensions and policies that foster economic growth and generational equity.
To help fill this information need, the NTA project has initiated a series of short publications that summarize the results of NTA research for a broad policy audience.
This second issue, in May 2011, is on the role of government in transfers. This new series is being produced with support from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.
Series/Report No.: NTA bulletin ; no.2
Description: For more about the East-West Center, see
Pages/Duration: 4 p.
Keywords: National Transfer Accounts

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    Series of short publications that summarize the results of National Transfer Accounts research for a broad audience.


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