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  1. Britain's ageing population: the engine behind...  
    Apr 1989: Britain's ageing population: the engine behind increased dependency ratios. Falkingham, Jane ( 1989). ... Britain's ageing population: the engine behind increased dependency ratios. Welfare State Programme Discussion Papers, WSP 017.
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/58138/
  2. Ageing in the European Union - LSE Research Online  
    Mar 2013: The ageing of European populations presents health, long-term care, and welfare systems with new challenges. Although reports of ageing as a fundamental threat to the welfare state seem exaggerated, societies have to embrace various policy options
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/49615/
  3. Functional decline over 2 years in older Spanish...  
    Apr 2014: Aim:- To evaluate the social, educational, health and behavioral predictors of physical functional decline in older Spanish adults. Methods:- A 2-year longitudinal study based on 699 community-dwelling Spanish adults aged over 65 years
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/51316/
  4. The relationship between active ageing and health...  
    Mar 2014: Background: ‘Active ageing’ has been promoted as a strategy for extending quality of life and healthy life expectancy. However, there is limited evidence from nationally representative longitudinal studies on whether engagement among older
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/55084/
  5. Equity, efficiency, and financial risk of alternative...  
    2010: Partly a reflection of the increasing volume and hence political influence of the older population, recent reforms of long-term care (LTC) systems across developed countries have sought to expand the coverage of the services provided, and have
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/37417/
  6. The ageing internet: digital choice and exclusion...  
    2 Dec 2009: We are all familiar with the headlines proclaiming the rise of the ‘silver surfer’; or now even the ‘silver tweeter’. Alongside this, services are increasingly disseminating information that is accessed purely online. So, what about the
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/26686/
  7. Demographic change and its implications for health,...  
    Oct 2010: Demographic change and its implications for health, family support, need for care and pensions: results from the modelling ageing populations to 2030 ( MAP2030) study. ... Demographic change and its implications for health, family support, need for care
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/33617/
  8. Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and...  
    Sep 2011: Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and Eastern Europe: how sustainable are the demographic trends for the future? ... Gjonça, Arjan and Gjonça, Edlira ( 2011). Demographic changes and ageing process in Central and Eastern Europe: how
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/38336/
  9. Health and Social Care | Research and policy analysis...  
    Research and policy analysis in health and social care. Jul 7 2014. Posted in:Guest blog by Chris Fennell, Head of Outreach, Kent Social Care Professionals Limited. For several years now there has been much political debate about the quality of care
    blogs.lse.ac.uk/healthandsocialcare/
  10. Meeting the challenge of population ageing - LSE...  
    2009: The welfare state is based on a life course that no longer matches current experience. It assumes that people, or at least men and unmarried women, spend their early years in education and then go on to a long period in work followed by a short
    eprints.lse.ac.uk/53825/

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