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Abstract

Demographic dynamics have strong repercussions for development and need to be addressed in the definition of the global development strategy for post 2015. Despite divergent trends across countries, international migration off ers no definitive solution. A comprehensive approach is needed. Countries with declining and ageing workforces need to sustain or raise productivity. Countries with growing labour forces need to embark in growth patterns that are labour intensive, offer possibilities for dynamic structural change and productivity increases. Both cases require investments in education, skill formation and upgrading. Th e impact of population ageing on economic variables is nuanced but should not be ignored.

Sustainable Development Goals:
Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development

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  • Published online: 31 Dec 2012
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