Home > Department of Social Policy > British Society for Population Studies > BSPS day meetings > Future needs and resources of the older population in Britain - 16 June 2008

 

Future needs and resources of the older population in Britain - 16 June 2008

held at the London School of Economics, on Monday 16th June 2008. 

Presentations are being added as received, with the hyperlink in the title of the presentation. All presentations are copyright the authors, to whom any requests to reproduce should be made.

Mike Murphy (London School of Economics) Mortality trends in Britain and future numbers of older people|

Emily Grundy (London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine) Household transitions among older people over three decades in England and Wales: a changing balance between family and institutional care?

Carol Jagger (University of Leicester) How will changing disease patterns affect the future burden of disability at older ages?

Linda Pickard (London School of Economics) Informal Care for Older People by their Adult Children: Projections of Demand and Supply in England|

Ruth Hancock (University of East Anglia) & Adam Steventon (Pensions Policy Institute) Paying for pensions and long-term care: combining separate projections of long-term care and pension costs and the distributional consequences of reform options

 



 

Share:Facebook|Twitter|LinkedIn|