Population Aging in the U.S. & China: A Comparative Discussion

 

The growing aging population is posing new challenges and opportunities to employment, retirement, and welfare state institutions around the globe. On April 27, 2022 (ET), PWCC invited scholars from China and the U.S. to have a comparative discussion, including Yijia Jing (Dean of the Institute for Global Public Policy, Co-Director of LSE-Fudan Research Centre for Global Public Policy, Fudan University), Dan Guttman (Professor, Tianjin University Law School; Adjunct Professor, Institute for Global Public Policy, Fudan University, Affiliated Scholar, New York University U.S. Asia Law Institute, U.S. National Academy of Public Administration Fellow, Of Counsel at Guttman, Buschner & Brooks), Xizhe Peng (Professor of Population and Development, Director of the Institute of Population and Development Policy Studies and the Institute of Aging Studies, Fudan University), Zhen Zhang (Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Center of Population and Development Policy Studies, Fudan University), and Hans-Peter Kohler (Co-Director, Population Aging Research Center; Frederick J. Warren Professor of Demography; Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania).

This is the third event in the “Penn-Fudan Virtual Series on Global Issues and Governance,” jointly organized by PWCC and the Institute for Global Public Policy at Fudan University.

​​Watch the full event recording above.