Imitation versus innovation in an aging society: international evidence since 1870

The budgetary implications of an aging population in the OECD are often considered dire. This study argues that this need not be the case provided that older educated workers are more innovative than their younger counterparts and that the workers with tertiary education stay in the labor force unti...

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Volume: 28
Main Author: James B. Ang
Jakob B. Madsen
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Zielgruppe: Academic
Place of publication: Berlin/Heidelberg Springer 01.04.2015
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
SPRINGER
published in: Journal of population economics Vol. 28; no. 2; pp. 299 - 327
ORCID: 0000-0001-9497-0187
0000-0002-4952-3043
Data of publication: 20150401
ISSN: 0933-1433
1432-1475
EISSN: 1432-1475
Discipline: Economics
Subjects:
I20
O40
O30
AGE
Online Access: Fulltext
Database: Social Sciences Citation Index
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