Demography Dividend: Projecting Policy Changes to Reap a Demographic Dividend

Demography Dividend: Projecting Policy Changes to Reap a Demographic Dividend
Policymakers in high-fertility countries are increasingly enthusiastic about the demographic dividend: the potential for faster economic growth due to changes in population age structure. But a demographic dividend cannot be achieved without strategic, integrated investments and policy changes in multiple sectors. To provide evidence about the specific investments needed and their benefits, the Health Policy Project (HPP) developed the new Demography Dividend (DemDiv) model.
 

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