Hong Kong Special Administrative Region; Macroeconomic Impact of an Aging Population in a Highly Open Economy
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KeywordsAging; Labor productivity; Hong Kong SAR; Fiscal policy; Productivity Growth; Fiscal Impact; Health Care Costs; pension; health care; elderly; dependency; Macroeconomics: Consumption; Saving; Production; Employment; and Investment: Forecasting and Simulation; Fiscal Policies and Behavior of Economic Agents: Household;
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