Centre for Economic Performance Queen's Prize Lecture
Date: Thursday 6 November 2003
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speaker: Adair Turner
Increased longevity and low birth rates imply rising old age dependency ratios unless one of three responses occurs: rising retirement age, recovery of birth rates, or immigration. All pose their own problems.
Adair Turner is vice-chairman of Merrill Lynch Europe, a director of United Business plc, chair of the Low Pay Commission and chair of the Independent Pension Committee. He is a visiting professor at LSE.
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