The Future of Retirement in East Asia

  • Wednesday, Oct 10, 2012
  • As the world’s societies age, governments and businesses are trying to look ahead and anticipate the needs of tomorrow’s growing elderly populations. Nowhere is this more difficult to do than in emerging East Asia.  The CSIS Global Aging Initiative’s latest report, Balancing Tradition and Modernity: The Future of Retirement in East Asia explores the implications of rapid development and rapid aging for retirement policy and planning in the most economically and geostrategically important region of the emerging world. It is based on nationally representative surveys of workers and retirees conducted by the CSIS Global Aging Initiative in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.  We hope that you can join us at the policy forum for a discussion of the report’s findings.

    Presenter:
    Richard Jackson
    Director & Senior Fellow, CSIS Global Aging Initiative

    Commentators:
    Sandy Mackenzie
    Senior Strategic Policy Advisor, AARP Public Policy Institute

    Alessandro Pio
    Resident Director General, North American Representative Office, Asian Development Bank

    Please RSVP to Tobias Peter at tpeter@csis.org.

    To learn more about Balancing Tradition and Modernity: The Future of Retirement in East Asia, please visit the project website at gapindex.csis.org/asia.
     

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Center for Strategic and International Studies
B1 Conference Center
1800 K Street, NW
Washington DC, 20006