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Many countries in the region experienced major, sustained economic growth that led to substantial increases in per capita income, shifts from a reliance on agricultural production to the manufacturing and service sectors, dramatic increases in the levels of school attendance and educational attainment, and greater participation of women in higher education and the labor force. ) While these developments have brought considerable attention to the economic prowess of Asia, leading to such sobriquets as the "four Tigers" and moving a number of countries from the "developing" to the "newly industrialized" country category, they have also put pressure on a number of traditional social and cultural institutions.

1989. 1, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Uhlenberg, Peter. 1992. " Annual Review of Sociology 18 :449-474. United Nations. 1982. World Assembly on Aging, (Vienna, Austria). New York: United Nations. United Nations. 2001. Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations? A/206. New York: United Nations. World Bank. 1994. Averting the Old Age Crisis. New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 2 THE DEMOGRAPHIC, SOCIOECONOMIC, AND CULTURAL CONTEXT OF THE FOUR STUDY COUNTRIES John Knodel, Mary Beth Gfstedal, andAlbert 1.

Aging in Asia: Facing the Crossroads 13 Chapter 3 provides details on the large-scale social security and health insurance programs in place and under development in the four study countries. All four countries are currently reviewing and amending these programs in the face of their changing demographic profiles and the observed shortfalls in existing programs. Many of these programs initially served special groups such as civil servants or employees of large firms; others, with more general intent, have proved to be inadequate due to problems of enforcement or the presence of provisions that have diminished their effectiveness for current needs.

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