In a nutshell, command and control are progressively edging out reform and market mechanisms as the main tools for guiding the economy’s uncertain transition over the medium-term.
Asia’s aging population will inevitably affect its economic growth.
Less attention has been paid to the fact that graying demographics are a ubiquitous global phenomenon — even in once youthful emerging Asia.
First posted: Yale School of Management, International Center for Finance,
This webcast examines the effects of global demographic change on the economic and social models of ageing Western nations, and more youthful emerging and developing countries.
Speech presented: IFC and Johns Hopkins Medicine International Health Conference 2013.