Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Is the aging of the developed world a ticking time bomb?

The developed-world populations are aging and shrinking, producing huge fiscal, economic, political, and social stresses given the unfunded liabilities of public entitlement programs. Does this phenomenon represent a global crisis? If a crisis looms, when will it unfold, who faces the greatest risk, and what if anything can be done? Twenty important experts offer their views - A Symposium Of Views - Panel Discussion - Cover Storyhttp://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2633/is_1_18/continue


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