Tackling China’s Population Ageing

Start date: Friday, 9 February, 13:00
End date: Friday, 9 February, 14:00
Venue: Ho Tim Seminar Room

Mandarin Forum Pic 09.02.18China is one of the fastest ageing countries in the world. Rapid population ageing has become one of the most important factors that affect China’s long-term economic and social development. This talk will analyse the causes, transition, economic and social impacts of China’s aging population and the measures taken by Chinese government to tackle this issue.

Wenmeng FenDr Wenmeng Feng, Research Fellow at the Development Research Center of the State Council and Visiting Fellow at Blavatnik School of Government (BSG), University of Oxford, specializes in development studies and has completed the 2012 Beijing Silver Industry Development Report, the first report on silver industry in China and the  OECD Programme on LEED and Aging Population. He has also been involved in multiple national research projects including the 2011/12 China Development Report2013/14 China Development ReportUNDP 2016 China Human Development ReportChina’s Livelihood (Social Welfare) Index Study, Social Security System Reform in China and Healthcare System Reform in China.

Mandarin Forum
1:00-2:00, Friday, February 9, 2018
Ho Tim Room, Dickson Poon University of Oxford China Centre Building
Mandarin Presentation   English PPT   Bilingual Q&A   Sandwich Lunch Provided
Convenor: Dr Annie Hongping Nie
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