Ageing and Longevity

Here's how ageing populations could increase productivity

New analysis of international data has found a positive correlation between life expectancy and economic output. Image: REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo

Matt Flynn

Professor in Organisational Behaviour & Human Resources, University of Hull

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 Scatterplot of life expectancy and GDP per hour 1970-2015 (35 countries).T
Image: Toward a longevity dividend, International Longevity Centre

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