The projected old age dependency ratio of 34 percent in chinas rural areas by 2030 suggests that support of the elderly is likely to be an increasing burden on chinas families over the next twenty years. The elderly and old age support in rural china challenges and prospects english abstract although average incomes in china have risen dramatically since the 1980s concerns are increasing that the rural elderly have not benefited from growth to the same extent as younger people and the urban elderly. The elderly and old age support in rural china directions in development series with f cai pokeefe dwang washington dc the world bank march 2012 new insights into the provision of health services in indonesia a health work force study with c rokx j giles et al washington dc the world bank 2010. Directions in development general the elderly and old age support in rural china share page authors editors fang cai john giles philip okeefe and dewen wang . The report entitled elderly and old age support in rural china challenges and prospects looks at the well being of rural elderly people a substantial and growing share of chinas elderly population and one that faces particular problems it first provides detailed empirical analysis of the welfare and living conditions of the rural
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