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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Age invaders

Demography, growth and inequality is the subject of this briefing in The Economist.
"Demographic trends will shape the future, but they do not render particular outcomes inevitable. The evolution of the economy will depend on the way policymakers respond to the new situation. But those policy reactions will themselves be shaped by the priorities of older people to a greater extent than has previously been the case; they will be a bigger share of the population and in democracies they tend to vote more than younger people do."

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