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Increasing longevity and family dynamics in Latin America

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The world is ageing both at an individual and population level (Lee 2003; Leeson 2009) – and population ageing, which was once regarded as an issue for the developed economies of Europe and North America is truly a global phenomenon now reaching Latin America (Leeson 2011), the only notable region of exception being sub-Saharan Africa, which remains relatively young in demographic terms (United Nations 2013). At an individual level, life expectancies at birth have increased at the global le...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, Societies Other and Companies, Kellogg College, Ageing Institute (OIA)
Publisher:
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Pages:
304-329
Publication date:
2014
URN:
uuid:420d2bb2-cec3-4e58-95ce-4dde2eae3845
Source identifiers:
631898
Local pid:
pubs:631898
ISBN:
978-987-42-1283-2

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