Population dynamics at ages 50 to 90

DEM Research Cluster on the Pace and Shape Framework

In terms of mortality and disability, 75 is the new 65 in the sense that 75-year-olds today are about as healthy as 65-year-olds were half a century ago. People still grow old, but they are growing old later in life. We expand research on biological, epidemiological, and socio-economic determinants of ever increasing longevity and study its economic, policy and cultural implications. 

Within this cluster we focus on the following research topics:

Age Trajectories

Male -Female Differences in Survival and Longevity

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