National policies on ageing and long-term care in the Asia-Pacific : issues and challenges

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Abstract

The principal aim of this book is to provide a detailed review of the progress and prospects for the development of national policies on ageing and for older persons in selected countries of the Asia–Pacific region. Most countries of the region are ageing quite rapidly in demographic terms, although this is slower in some countries than in others. This demographic ageing of the populations is also occurring in quite dramatically changing social and economic contexts, and some cultural traditions are affecting the nature of policies for older persons.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAgeing and long-term care : national policies in the Asia-Pacific
PublisherInstitute of Southeast Asian Studies; International Development Research Centre
Pages1-22
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)9789812301734
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2002

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PHILLIPS, D. R., & CHAN, C. M. A. (2002). National policies on ageing and long-term care in the Asia-Pacific : issues and challenges. In Ageing and long-term care : national policies in the Asia-Pacific (pp. 1-22). Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; International Development Research Centre.
PHILLIPS, David Rosser ; CHAN, Cheung Ming, Alfred. / National policies on ageing and long-term care in the Asia-Pacific : issues and challenges. Ageing and long-term care : national policies in the Asia-Pacific. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; International Development Research Centre, 2002. pp. 1-22
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National policies on ageing and long-term care in the Asia-Pacific : issues and challenges. / PHILLIPS, David Rosser; CHAN, Cheung Ming, Alfred.

Ageing and long-term care : national policies in the Asia-Pacific. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies; International Development Research Centre, 2002. p. 1-22.

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