The Developed World's Demographic Transition
Population aging leads to a major fiscal crisis in almost the entire developed world. Changes in fertility, mortality and immigration can hardly do anything to alleviate the future demographic stresses. Radical reforms of the social security systems can help to improve the future fiscal and economic development.
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