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After the Baby Boom: the cost of America's ageing population

An ageing population comes with a specific set of challenges for a country's healthcare system. Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

David E. Bloom

Clarence James Gamble Professor of Economics and Demography, Harvard School of Public Health

Alyssa Lubet

Research Assistant, Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University

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