Ageing Asia: Some New Rules for Public Policy and Corporate Business (Session 1) |

Ageing Asia: Some New Rules for Public Policy and Corporate Business (Session 1)

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Synopsis:

Why has Japan's domestic demand been floundering since long before the current financial crisis hit? Why will its projected recovery be slower than even that of the U.S.? Understanding the "Silver Tsunami," or the phenomenon of ageing baby boomers in Japan, helps us understand what is going on in Japan. And the problem is not peculiar to Japan. Similar "tsunamis" will also hit Asian countries including Singapore, China and India in the next one to five decades. Tips on how to survive can be found among best practices in struggling Japanese companies, as well as from the many mistakes made by Japan’s public entities within the last two decades.

This lecture series, based on basic statistics and candid observations of reality, will help audiences foresee the future of their own countries, while enhancing their capability to survive.
Session1
14 January 2010 : Ageing population and its impact on economy: less-known findings from Japan’s experience
Session 2
4 February 2010: Ageing Asia: the future of Singapore, China and India
Session 3
9 March 2010: Encountering Ageing: implications for public policy and corporate business

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Speaker(s):

Kosuke Motani, Partner, Advisory Centre, International Enterprise Singapore Senior Advisor, Development Bank of Japan Singapore Ltd.

Date:
Thursday, 14 January 2010
Time:
12.15 p.m. - 1.30 p.m.
Venue:

Seminar Room 3-1
Level 3, Manasseh Meyer
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
469C Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259772

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