This book shows that global population ageing is an opportunity to improve the quality of human life rather than a threat to economic competitiveness and stability. It describes the concept of the creative ageing policy as a mix of the silver economy, the creative economy, and the social and solidarity economy for older people. The second volume of Economic Foundations for Creative Ageing Policy focuses on the public policy and management concepts related to the use of the opportunities that are created by population ageing. Klimczuk covers theoretical analyses and case study descriptions of good practices to suggest strategies that could be internationally popularized. Each chapter includes exercises and assignments for both students and those who are likely to apply the presented concepts in practice.
Foreword by Richard Adler
Foreword by Dominic Campbell
1 The Politics of Ageing and the Challenges of Ageing Populations
2 Understanding Public Policy on Ageing
3 Sociological and Gerontological Perspectives on Ageing, Creativity, and the Third Age
4 Diversity of Ageing Policy Concepts
5 The Emergence of the Creative Ageing Movement
6 Aims and Challenges of the Creative Ageing Policy
7 Principles, Governance, and Coproduction of the Creative Ageing Policy
8 Organizational Forms and Management for the Building of Creative Capital of Older People
Afterword by Andreas Hoff and Kurt Lüscher
Afterword by Suchandrima Chakraborty
Afterword by Jorge Felix