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Hope everyone as had some happy holidays. Mine have been quite good but partially plagued by a persistent cold (or is it the flu?). Meanwhile, I’ve published an article on the non-decadence of ageing Europe in an ageing world over at … Continue reading
It is often rightly noted that low birth rates and growth of the retired population in Europe will put significant strains on European economies and welfare states. What is sometimes less stressed is the global aspect of these trends. In … Continue reading
Find out in my first article on long-term trends over at Future Challenges.