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A Research On Economic Effect Of Changes Of Population, Age Structure In Gansu Province

Posted on:2010-09-26Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Y ZhangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2167360275995313Subject:Regional Economics
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Gansu, as the second largest population province in Northwest region, the change of population age structure causes "silver wave" and "golden era" coming together. On the one hand, Gansu has stepped into the rank of aging population in 2005 and entered the initial stage of old-aged society. The increasing of elderly population will accelerate the development of aging industries, and challenge the old-age security system. On the other hand, labor population increases faster, Gansu is now in the prime of demographic dividend. To a great extent, the economic growth in the areas, which had experienced the population-transition, benefited from the demographic dividend, especially in East Asia and South East Asia. Demographic dividend can work after its realization which needs certain economic basis and favorable policy environment.The paper analyzes the economic effect in the light of the characteristics of the change in population age structure of Gansu province. Altogether six parts:The first part, the introduction. Illustrate research background, research status and the thesis framework.The second part, the notional explanation. Simply introduce the concepts of the population age structure.The third part, the analysis of the age population structure in Gansu province. Identify characteristics, analyze causes.The fourth part, the analysis of the effect. According to the features of Gansu population age structure, put forward the positive effects and negative effects.The fifth part, the policy suggestions. Maximize the positive effects, reduce or eliminate the negative effects.The sixth part, the conclusion. Point out the limitation of this paper studies and the problem need to study further.
Keywords/Search Tags:Gansu province, population age structure, aging of population, demographic dividend, economic effect
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