Ageing in Asia and the Pacific in Changing Times: Implications for Sustainable Development

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This book demonstrates that there are wide-ranging potential challenges in addressing issues associated with ageing populations in both developed and developing countries of the region. This book brings together local, national and regional perspectives on the ageing population and sustainable development nexus in selected countries in the Asia Pacific region. The countries selected in this book include a mix of developed and developing economies that all reflect strong trade, investment and migration linkages. While the Asia Pacific region is forecast to enjoy high growth in the coming decade, a recurring common policy challenge is addressing the ‘demographic time bomb’ posed by ageing populations and workforces (Montague et al., 2017). Consequently, this book focuses on strategic policies and practices of multiple stakeholders, primarily: governments, industry and education systems, together with, the range of aged care services providers - in more effectively addressing these key socio-economic challenges associated with the ageing population for sustainable development.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherSpringer Nature
Number of pages241
ISBN (Electronic)9789811666636
ISBN (Print)9789811666629
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2022


  • Ageing Population
  • Asia Pacific
  • Health Care Sector
  • Human Resource Management
  • Not-for-Profit Business
  • Population Studies
  • Public Health Policy
  • Socially Responsibility
  • Sustainable Development
  • Sustainable Development Goals


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