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China's Population Aging and the Risk of 'Middle-Income Trap'

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China's Population Aging and the Risk of 'Middle-Income Trap'
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China's Population Aging and the Risk of 'Middle-Income Trap'
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China's Population Aging and the Risk of 'Middle-Income Trap'
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  • Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- General Introduction -- Abstract -- 1 Overview -- Abstract -- 1 From the 'Low-Income Trap' to the 'Middle-Income Trap' -- 1.1 'Development Traps' -- 1.2 Economic 'Take-Off' After the 'Low-Income Trap' -- 1.2.1 External Conditions for the Economic 'Take-Off' -- 1.2.2 The Inner Drive for Economic 'Take-Off' -- 1.3 Causes of the 'Middle-Income Trap' -- 1.3.1 Failure to Keep up with Technological Progress, Informatization and Economic Globalization -- 1.3.2 The Outbreak of Social Conflicts -- 1.3.3 Abnormal Urbanization -- 1.3.4 The Dual Impact of Population Aging -- 2 Population Aging in the Twenty-First Century -- 2.1 The Trend of Population Aging in the World -- 2.2 Features of Population Aging in China -- 2.2.1 Population Aging in China -- 2.2.2 Features of Population Aging in China -- 3 The 'Middle-Income Trap' and Population Aging -- 3.1 Transform the Pattern of Economic Growth -- 3.1.1 Transformation of the Development Goal -- 3.1.2 Transformation of the Development Incentive -- 3.1.3 Transformation of the Economic Growth Pattern -- 3.2 Settle the Outbreak of Social Conflicts -- 3.2.1 Unfair Possession and Distribution of Resources -- 3.2.2 Technological Progress and Employment -- 3.2.3 Economic Growth and Social Security -- 3.2.4 Market Mechanism and Government Functions -- 3.2.5 Anti-corruption and Social Stability -- 3.3 Take on an Urbanization Path that Coordinates Urban and Rural Development -- 3.3.1 Two Urbanization Paths -- 3.3.2 Suggestions for Policymaking -- 3.4 Actively Deal with the Challenges of Population Aging -- 3.4.1 The 'Golden Age' Is not Over -- 3.4.2 The Elderly Dependency Ratio Keeps Increasing -- 3.4.3 The Aging of the Working-Age Population -- 3.4.4 Rising Wage Rate and Decreasing Marginal Investment Returns -- 3.4.5 Release the Consumption Potential of the Elderly
  • References -- 2 Population Aging and Economic Growth -- Abstract -- 1 Population Aging and Labour Supply -- 1.1 The 'Golden Age' Is Not Over -- 1.2 Dealing with the Closing 'Demographic Window' -- 1.3 The Aging of the Working-Age Population -- 2 Savings and Investment and Population Aging -- 2.1 Savings and Population Aging -- 2.1.1 Income of the Elderly -- 2.1.2 Savings of the Elderly -- 2.2 Investment and Population Aging -- 2.2.1 Population Aging and Capital Accumulation -- 2.2.2 Population Aging and Fixed Assets Investment -- 2.2.3 Population Aging and New Investment Demand -- 3 Population Aging and Human Capital Accumulation -- 3.1 Population Aging and Human Capital -- 3.2 Population Aging and Technological Progress -- 3.3 Elderly Human Resources Development -- 3.3.1 Elderly Human Resources Development -- 3.3.2 Developing the Senior Care Industry -- References -- 3 Population Aging and Consumption -- Abstract -- 1 The Characteristics of Consumption at the Middle-Income Stage -- 1.1 'Consumer Trap' at the Middle-Income Stage -- 1.2 Current Situation and Problems of Consumption -- 1.2.1 Low Final Consumption Rate -- 1.2.2 Household Propensity to Spend -- 1.3 Spending by the Elderly and Related Problems -- 1.3.1 Characteristics Ofjj9 Spending Habits of the Elderly -- 1.3.2 Existing Problems in Consumption Among Seniors -- 2 Impacts of Population Aging on Consumption -- 2.1 Population Aging and Consumer Demand -- 2.1.1 Population Aging and the Prototypical Consumer -- 2.1.2 Estimating of Consumer Spending Among the Elderly -- 2.2 Population Aging and the Calculation of Consumption Function -- 2.2.1 Model Selection and Data Sources -- 2.2.2 Model Testing and Result Analysis -- 2.2.3 Forecast of Effective Consumer Demand and Marginal Propensity to Consume -- 2.3 Relational Analysis of Population Aging and Consumption Structure
  • 2.3.1 Grey Relational Analysis -- 2.3.2 Data Selection and Sources -- 2.3.3 Results Analysis and Discussion -- 3 Coordination of Population Aging and Consumption Decisions -- References -- 4 Population Aging and Its Impact on Employment -- Abstract -- 1 Impacts of Population Aging on the Supply and Demand of Labour -- 1.1 Impacts of Population Aging on Labour Supply -- 1.1.1 The Declining Trend of the Working-Age Population -- 1.1.2 Population Aging and Employment Pressure -- 1.2 Impacts of Population Aging on Labour Demand -- 1.2.1 Replacement of Labour by Population Aging and Capital -- 1.2.2 Impacts of Below-Replacement and Population Aging on Demands for Different Sectors -- 2 Impacts of Population Aging on Employment -- 2.1 Uncertainty of the Impacts of Population Aging on Employment -- 2.2 Population Aging and the Employment of the Elderly -- 2.2.1 Current Employment Situation of the Elderly -- 2.2.2 Employment Policy of the Elderly -- 2.3 Extending the Retirement Age -- 2.3.1 Imperative to Extend the Retirement Age -- 2.3.2 Improving Supporting Policies to Provide More Support for Extending the Retirement Age -- 2.3.3 Eliminating Misunderstandings About Extending the Retirement Age -- 3 Conclusions and Recommendations for Policymaking -- 3.1 Improving Labour Quality to Realize the Replacement of Quantity by Quality -- 3.2 Forming and Improving a Nationally Unified Labour Market to Improve the Allocation Efficiency of Labour Resources -- 3.3 Taking Full Advantage of Elderly Resources to Achieve Active Population Aging -- References -- 5 Population Aging and Urbanization -- Abstract -- 1 Current Situation and Future Trends in Population Urbanization -- 1.1 Reviewing Changes in Urbanization -- 1.2 Urbanization and Income Gap -- 1.2.1 The Inevitable Relationship Between Rapid Improvement in the Level of Urbanization and the Increase in Income Gap
  • 1.2.2 Urbanization and Income Gap Among Urban Residents -- 1.2.3 Projection of the Development of Urbanization -- 2 Population Aging and Urbanization -- 2.1 Relationship Between Urbanization and Population Aging -- 2.2 Urbanization Promoting Population Aging -- 2.2.1 Urbanization Promoting the Decline in Fertility Rate -- 2.2.2 Urbanization Extends Life Expectancy -- 3 Path of Urbanization that Transcends the 'Middle-Income Trap' -- 3.1 Updated Policy of Population Urbanization -- 3.2 Watching for the 'Latin American Trap' in the Urbanization Process -- 3.3 Keeping the Pace of Urbanization Under Control -- 3.4 Coordinating Urban and Rural Development in the Urbanization Process -- 3.4.1 Improving the Quality of Urbanization -- 3.4.2 Following the Path of Agricultural Industrialization -- References -- 6 Population Aging and Social Change -- Abstract -- 1 The Relationship Between Population Aging and Social Change -- 1.1 China's Population Policy and Its Aging Process -- 1.1.1 Low Fertility Rate and Family Planning Policy -- 1.1.2 An Accelerated Model of Population Aging -- 1.1.3 Fertility Decline and Population Aging -- 1.2 Elderly Support Mechanisms in a Transitional Society -- 1.2.1 Types of Support Mechanisms -- 1.2.2 Elderly Support Pressure Faced by Family Members -- 1.2.3 Income Sources of the Elderly and Their Dependence on Family -- 1.3 Elderly Support in Rural and Urban China -- 1.3.1 Elderly Support in Rural China -- 1.3.2 Elderly Support in Urban China -- 2 Life of the Elderly During a Transitional Period -- 2.1 Living Arrangements of the Elderly -- 2.1.1 The Changes in the Living Arrangements of the Elderly Since the 1980s -- 2.1.2 The Living Arrangements of the Elderly in Their Final Years -- 2.2 Decreasing Financial Dependence on Children -- 2.2.1 Income Sources of the Elderly 65 or Above
  • 2.2.2 Children's Financial Support for Aged Parents -- 2.3 Family Members Are Still Major Caregivers -- 3 Solutions to Population Aging in a Transitional Period -- 3.1 Public Support -- 3.1.1 Adapting to Social Changes and Building a Single Pension System for Rural and Urban Populations to Adapt to Social Change -- 3.1.2 Paying Attention to Elderly Support Demands from One-Child Households -- 3.1.3 Building a Multi-tiered Elderly Support and Service System -- 3.1.4 Establishing a Sound System to Protect the Rights and Interests of the Elderly -- 3.2 Family Support -- References -- 7 Population and the Old Age Social Security System -- Abstract -- 1 China's Old-Age Security System Before 1978 -- 1.1 The Establishment and Development of the Urban Pension System -- 1.2 The State as the Guarantor for the Retirement System for Urban Employees -- 1.3 Public Assistance for the Elderly in Urban and Rural Areas -- 2 Reform and Development of the Old-Age Security System After 1978 -- 2.1 Reform of the Basic Pension System for Urban Employees -- 2.1.1 Early Attempts at Reforming the Enterprise Pension System -- 2.1.2 The Establishment of a New Type of Basic Pension System for Urban Employees -- 2.1.3 Adjustment After 1997 -- 2.2 Breakthroughs in the Urban and Rural Pension Systems -- 2.2.1 Basic Pension System for Rural Migrant Workers -- 2.2.2 The Development of the Rural Pension System -- 2.2.3 Integration of the Rural Pension System and the Pension System for Urban Residents -- 2.3 The Development of the Elderly Service System -- 3 Building a Sustainable Old-Age Security System for Urban and Rural Areas -- 3.1 Removing Two Dual Systems -- 3.2 Pushing Forward the Reform of the Pension System -- 3.3 Building a Multi-tiered Elderly Service System -- Appendix: International Experience -- Appendix 1: Japan's Long-Term Care Insurance Scheme
  • Appendix 2: Long-Term Care Insurance in the United States
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