Socioeconomic Impacts of Demographic Change

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dc.contributor.authorByongho Tchoe
dc.contributor.authorMinja Kim Choe
dc.date.accessioned2014-03-24T06:41:31Z
dc.date.available2014-03-24T06:41:31Z
dc.date.issued2013
dc.identifier.isbn978-89-6827-086-4
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.kihasa.re.kr/handle/201002/11215
dc.description.tableOfContentsForeword ix Byongho Tchoe Keynote Speech xi Byongho Tchoe A Qualitative Understanding of Future Drivers of Fertility in Pacific Asia 1 Stuart Basten, Tomáš Sobotka, Kryštof Zeman, Minja Kim Choe, Zhongwei Zhao Introduction 1 The Survey 7 Regional Qualitative Findings 11 Conclusions 19 Acknowledgements 20 Contributions of Demographic Factors to Future Population Change 29 Samsik Lee Introduction 29 Methods and Assumptions 30 Findings: Contributions of Change in Demographic Factors 33 Concluding Remarks 43 Estimation of Optimal Population in Korea: Macroeconometric Modeling and Simulation 45 Jinmyon Lee Background and Objectives 45 Trends on the discussion of optimum population 46 Macroeconometric modeling for the estimation of Optimal Population 50 Scenarios and projection for optimum population 54 Conclusion and Implications 60 Bridge Job is a “must” in Response to an Insufficient Retirement Income Protection System in Korea 69 Jongwook Won Background 69 Public Pension System in Korea 71 Employment Status of Old Population and Retiring Population of Korea 75 Importance of Pension System in Retirement Behavior of Old workers 81 Conclusion 91 Japan’s Pension Reform, Labor Market Responses, and Savings 97 Sang-Hyop Lee, Naohiro Ogawa Introduction 97 Japan’s Old-Age Pension Schemes and Reform 100 Effect of Aging on Labor Market 103 Effect of Pension Reform on Retirement and Pension Benefit 107 Effect of Pension Reform on Savings 111 Conclusion 117 Intergenerational Transfers in China 129 Karen Eggleston Support System over the Lifecycle in Korea: the Role of Intergenerational Transfers 151 Namhui Hwang Introduction 152 Previous Studies 154 Application of NTA and NTTA in Korea 157 Results of Estimation 162 Conclusion 176 Immigrant Heterogeneity and Mental Health among Asian and Latino Immigrants 185 Seunghye Hong Introduction 185 Methods 193 Results 201 Discussion 209 Changes in Disease Patterns and Health Expenditures in Korea 231 Sang-young Lee Structural Changes in Population 231 National Health Expenditures 235 Changes in the Disease Patterns and the Medical Expenditures 240 Future Outlook 250 Policy Directions 253 Self-Stated Reasons for Suicidal Ideation among Youth: Different Predictors? 257 Yean-Ju Lee Introduction 257 Literature Review: Social Factors Predicting Suicide 259 Data and Methods 263 Findings 264 Discussion and Conclusion 269
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dc.publisher한국보건사회연구원
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dc.titleSocioeconomic Impacts of Demographic Change
dc.typeBook
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dc.type.other정책자료
dc.identifier.localId정책자료 2013-02
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