Melindi Ghidi, Paolo <1979>
Population ageing, longevity and migration: an overlapping generations approach [Tesi di dottorato]
Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, 2008-06-16

The silent demographic revolution characterizing the main industrialized countries is an unavoidable factor which has major economic, social, cultural and psychological implications. This thesis studies the main consequences of population ageing and the connections with the phenomenon of migration, The theoretical analysis is developed using Overlapping Generations Models (OLG). The thesis is divided in the following four chapters: 1) “A Model for Determining Consumption and Social Assistance Demand in Uncertainty Conditions”, focuses on the relation between demographic impact and social insurance and proposes the institution of a non selfsufficiency fund for the elderly. 2) "Population Ageing, Longevity and Health", analyzes the effects of health investment on intertemporal individual behaviour and capital accumulation. 3) "Population Ageing and the Nursing Flow", studies the consequences of migration in the nursing sector. 4) "Quality of Multiculturalism and Minorities' Assimilation", focuses on the problem of assimilation and integration of minorities.

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In relazione con
Onofri, Paolo
SECS-P/01 - Economia politica

Tesi di dottorato. | Lingua: en. | Paese: | BID: TD15010255