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Description: This session from the 1984 SOA New York City Meeting discusses the investment implications of an aging population including the affect on the national savings rate, economic growth, the dependence on social security and opportunities for the insurance industry. From Record of the Society of Actuaries Vol. 10, No. 3Hide
- Authors: Robert Brown, Barry S Halpern, A Haeworth Robertson, James R Swenson, David S Williams
- Date: May 1984
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Economics>Financial markets; Finance & Investments>Investments