4 Episodes on "The Ageing Effect" 

Demographic trends create complex and interdependent challenges. They require rethinking of how we approach careers and education for much longer working lives; of how we structure and run insurance and pension schemes; and of how we care for an increasingly old and sick population. Don't miss to join these important discussions and register now!

Webinar How long can we live?

27 October 2020

Webinar The Japanification of the world

3 November 2020

Webinar The reskilling challenge

Webinar Who pays for ageing?

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About the series

Japan and South Korea are already among the fastest-ageing countries in the world. Despite abandoning its one-child policy, China is on a similar demographic trajectory, which will reduce its working population and threaten economic growth.

Demographic trends in these countries create complex and interdependent challenges: They require rethinking of how we approach careers, training and education for much longer working lives; of how we structure and run public and private insurance and pension schemes; and of how we care for an increasingly old and sick population.

In a four-part virtual series, Swiss Re Institute and Asia Society Switzerland will explore the effects of ageing on Asia and the world and ask what we can do to address them.

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