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ageing society

Kitazawa Yoko

ageing society

who wil bear the burden?.

by Kitazawa Yoko

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Written in English


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Taken from Japan-Asia quarterly review, vol.18, pp. 55-64.

SeriesJapan-Asia quarterly review -- v.18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20719887M

Population Division also organizes expert group meetings on various aspects of population ageing. This report is the fourth in the series World Population Ageing. The first report was released in


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