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Sarah Harper

Advances in medicine and health care means people around the globe are living longer, much longer.
While women give birth in most countries fewer children. The combination is a timed demographic bomb.
What challenges await and what kind of changes needed to cope with a gray new world?

Artikkel i Aftenposten Innsikt NR 08 / 2013 / SEPTEMER - Slutten på ungdomstiden.

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Sarah Harper

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Professor of Gerontology and Senior Research Fellow Nuffield College

MA, Cantab; DPhil, Oxon

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Advances in medicine and health care means people around the globe are living longer, much longer.

While women give birth in most countries fewer children. The combination is a timed demographic bomb.

What challenges await and what kind of changes needed to cope with a gray new world?

Norsk:

Fremskritt innen medisin og helsevesen betyr at folk rundt om på hele kloden lever lenger, mye lenger.

Samtidig føder kvinnene i de fleste land færre barn. Kombinasjonen er en tidsinnstilt demografisk bombe.

Hvilke utfordringer venter og hva slags endringer trengs for å takle en grå, ny verden?

 

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