By David A. Wise
Experiences within the Economics of getting older is the fourth ebook in a chain from the nationwide Bureau of financial learn that addresses financial concerns in getting older and retirement. development at the learn within the Economics of getting older (1989), concerns within the Economics of getting older (1990), and themes within the Economics of getting older (1992), this quantity examines aged inhabitants progress and govt spending, lifestyles expectancy and health and wellbeing, saving for retirement and housing values, getting older in Germany and Taiwan, and the usage of nursing domestic and different long term care.
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For a more extensive discussion of GoM, see Manton et al. (1992b), Woodbury et al. (1994), Berkman, Singer, and Manton (1989), or Singer (1989).
Wise e? MEDICARE MEDICAID I OTHER PROGRAMS N I 1 EDUCATION 1990 2ooo m 2040 2060 2080 YEAR Fig. 55 1 Sources: “Optimal” population projection from U S . S. Bureau of the Census (1986). grams levels off after 2040, but there is no projected reduction in the required total outlays. 7 show the projected per capita outlays in each forecast year for the two alternative population projections. The per capita basis in both tables is the projected number of adults between the ages of 20 and 64. 7 percent between 2000 and 2040.