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NOT ALL LOCAL AREAS ARE AGING
THE SAME
31 March, 2015
OECD
Public Governance and Territorial Development
Head of Division
...
Urban: Young and ageing fast
Rural: Aged and ageing slow
OECD Regional Database, 2011
15.2%
18.6%
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
Urban ...
OECDAverage:0.85%
OECD Average: 2.12%
65+populationgrowth
Total population growth
OECD Metropolitan Database
Different cities have different future perspectives.
8% 39%
Elderly share (+65) in 2011 - peak - 2100
Aged and growing slo...
Ageing is spatially heterogeneous:
Different places in a city are in different ageing trends.
OECD Metropolitan Database
Thank you
Forthcoming “Ageing in Cities”
(launching on 30th April, 2015 in Paris)
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Not all local areas are aging the same

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Not all local areas are aging the same

  1. 1. NOT ALL LOCAL AREAS ARE AGING THE SAME 31 March, 2015 OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Head of Division Setsuko Saya setsuko.saya@oecd.org
  2. 2. Urban: Young and ageing fast Rural: Aged and ageing slow OECD Regional Database, 2011 15.2% 18.6% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% Urban Rural The share of elderly population in 2011 1.7% 0.9% 0% 1% 2% Urban Rural The annual growth rate of elderly population 2001- 2011 Geographical distribution of ageing might pose diverse challenges in rural areas.
  3. 3. OECDAverage:0.85% OECD Average: 2.12% 65+populationgrowth Total population growth OECD Metropolitan Database
  4. 4. Different cities have different future perspectives. 8% 39% Elderly share (+65) in 2011 - peak - 2100 Aged and growing slow: e.g. Portugal Young and ageing fast: e.g. Mexico Young and ageing slowly: e.g. Netherlands 35%19%21% 29%42% United Nation
  5. 5. Ageing is spatially heterogeneous: Different places in a city are in different ageing trends. OECD Metropolitan Database
  6. 6. Thank you Forthcoming “Ageing in Cities” (launching on 30th April, 2015 in Paris)

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