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The Economic and Policy Implications of Global Aging (Audio)

Speakers: David Beers, Managing Director, Global Head of Sovereign and International Public Finance Ratings, Standard & Poor's
Peter S. Heller, Senior Adjunct Professor of International Economics, School of Advanced International Studies, The Johns Hopkins University
Michael W. Hodin, Adjunct Senior Fellow, Council on Foreign Relations
Presider: Michael Waldholz, Managing Editor, Global Health, Science, Bloomberg News, Bloomberg Business Week
October 8, 2010

Experts discuss the effect of global aging on public policy and investor communities in relation to predicated health and social costs, as part of CFR's Corporate Program and the Roundtable Series on Aging Populations.

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