Urban aging in Oslo
Since 2016, for the first time in human history, the world’s older persons population (65+) is larger then the childrens population (0-5). This important demographic trend is accompanied by another unprecedented fact: Since 2007 more people are living in cities then in rural areas. How does this affect us?
In this podcast episode, we have a talk with PhD Candidate Gustavo Sugahara about population aging and It’s implications to a city like Oslo. Gustavo´s main research interest is the relations between population aging and economics.
Gustavos blogg about Age-Friendly Cities – https://blogg.hioa.no/agesmart/
A Critical Approach to the Demographics of Ageing: The Case of Oslo. http://revistas.rcaap.pt/cct/article/view/12072/pdf
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