The Davos Agenda 2021

How to help an ageing population stay wealthy for longer

Healthy ageing populations can be productive well into their eighties. Image: REUTERS/Eric Gaillard

Alyaa AlMulla

Head, National Happiness Strategy and Policy, Office of the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates

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