New Technologies, Ageing Population and Comparative Well-being: A Case Study of India

Event: Technology and Aging Workforce: Maximize the Gains from Longevity and Long Working Life

New Technologies, Ageing Population and Comparative Well-being: A Case Study of India

18 May 2018
Author / Speaker: 
Protap Mukherjee, Young Lives India
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Description: 

In this presentation, the author examined the patterns of labor force participation among the older population in India through different factors such as socio-demographics. He also looked into the determinants of “better jobs” among the older population, and examined the association between technologies in jobs and other factors. He also examined the association between different jobs and satisfaction levels and well-being of the older population.

Geographical Focus: 
India
Type of Content: 
Learning Event

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