In her new book, Professor Sarah Harper, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Population Ageing, argues that changing population structures as well as population growth forms a key challenge for this century, highlighting the very different demographic trends in different regions of the world and considering the potential impact of factors such as migration and climate change.
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