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Cover; Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Contributors; Acknowledgements; PART I: THE CONTEXT; 1 Editorial Introduction; 2 Prospects for Pragmatism: Trading Lessons in Social Policy Between East and West; 3 Ageing and Social Policy in the European Union: A Contextual Overview; PART II: THE CASE STUDIES; 4 Malaysia: Supporting Families; 5 Population Ageing in Singapore: The Challenge of Using the Central Provident Fund for Retirement Needs; 6 Ageing Issues and Policy in Hong Kong: Lessons for Other Countries.
This book is the first to examine in detail the experiences and prospects of population ageing in those Asian countries with the highest GDP per capita. The authors pose the question to what extent Asia and 'old Europe' can learn from each other in terms of policy planning.
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