Leeson, G. & Chen, T. (2017) Do State Pensions Crowd Out Private Transfers? A Semiparametric Analysis in Urban China, Chinese Sociological Review, Routledge, pp. 1-22, DOI: 10.1080/21620555.2017.1298968.
Park, S-M. (2017) “Health Security” in Joseph, P. (Ed) The Sage Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publication, pp. 779-782.
Pia Jolliffe (2016) Intergenerational relations and rural development among the Karen in Northern Thailand. International Journal on Ageing in Developing Countries, 1 (2): 143-157.
The Gendered Impact of the National Pension Scheme on Late-Life Economic Well-being: Evidence from the Korean Retirement and Income Study
Park, S-M. (2017) “The Gendered Impact of the National Pension Scheme on Late-Life Economic Well-being: Evidence from the Korean Retirement and Income Study”. Quality in Ageing and Older Adults, 18(1): 3-19.
Klimczuk, A. (2017) Economic Foundations for Creative Ageing Policy, Volume II. Palgrave Macmillan US.
Edited by Sarah Harper
The 21st Century will be both the century of Asia and of ageing. And the two trends will coalesce in Southeast Asia over the coming decades. Old age in most parts of Southeast Asia is still predominantly defined by frailty and dependency, and less by structured retirement, though this is changing. As a result the two main concerns are health and care, still predominantly carried out by families, and economic support, only a small proportion of which is in the form of a pension. The region will need to ensure new policies, institutions, governance and economic structures to enable the transition of the region to maturity. However, as the papers in this collection reveal, there is a growing research base already, which will be essential to the process of adapting to the ageing of Southeast Asia.
Harper, S. (2016) The Important Role of Migration for an Ageing Nation. Journal of Population Ageing, 9(3): 183-189. doi:10.1007/s12062-016-9152-4
The Dynamics of Intergenerational Solidarity and Depression of Older People: The Mediating and Moderating Effects of Affectual and Structural Solidarity
Park, S-M. (2016) “The Dynamics of Intergenerational Solidarity and Depression of Older People: The Mediating and Moderating Effects of Affectual and Structural Solidarity”, Legislation and Policy Studies 8(2): 519-540.
Bianchera, E., Mann, R. and Harper, S. (2017) Transnational mobility and cross border family life cycles: a century of welsh-Italian migration. World Development, Vol 90.
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