The Implications of An Aging Population Structure

By Lori A. Post, Sarah J. Swierenga, James Oehmke, Charles Salmon, Artem Prokhorov, Emily Meyer and Vivek Joshi.

Published by The Social Sciences Collection

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This study focuses on the impact of aging on the general population.

Keywords: Population Projections, Dependency Ratios, Economic Implications, Aging, Elderly Population

International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Volume 1, Issue 2, pp.47-58. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 2.065MB).

Dr. Lori A. Post

Dr. Post is the Assistant Dean for Research in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences and Assistant Professor in the Department of Telecommunication, Media Studies, and Information. Her research focus is technology and health. To this end, she directs several projects that employ technology in an effort to improve public health.

Dr. Sarah J. Swierenga

Dr. Swierenga is the Director of the Accessibility and Usability Lab at Michigan State University

Dr. James Oehmke

Dr. Oehmke is a professor in the Department of Agriculture Economics at Michigan State University.

Dr. Charles Salmon

Dean Salmon is an expert in health communication and previously worked at the Centers for Disease Control before taking a position at Michigan State University.

Dr. Artem Prokhorov

Dr. Prokhorov recently completed his doctorate in the Department of Economics at Michigan State University. He is taking a professorship at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada

Ms. Emily Meyer

Ms. Meyer is working on the Michigan Program for Background Checks as an evaluation analyst assessing the impact of whether creating a new standardized system to screen direct care providers will reduce abuse, neglect and exploitation in Michigan's vulnerable populations. She is also a doctoral candidate in the Department of Telecommunication Information and media Studies.

Mr. Vivek Joshi

Mr. Joshi is the IT Manager for MSU's Outreach and Engagement.

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