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Sarah harper population_ageing

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  1. 1. Oxford Institute of Ageing Population Ageing: Decline of Youth Professor Sarah Harper Oxford Institute of Ageing University Of Oxford OXFORD INSTITUTE Copyright: Wisconsin Department of Children and Families OF AGEING
  2. 2. Oxford Institute of Ageing Percentage of total population aged 60+, 2050 OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING •Source: UN Population Projections 2008
  3. 3. Oxford Institute of Ageing •Percentage of total population aged >60 2050 Percentage of total population aged <15 2050 OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING •Source: UN Population Projections 2008
  4. 4. Oxford Institute of Ageing 700 Asia has the largest, fastest growing older population 600 500 1950 1990 400 2025 300 200 100 OXFORD INSTITUTE 0 OF AGEING Oceania Nth Sth Africa Europe Asia america america Source: World Population Prospects UN
  5. 5. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  6. 6. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING •Distribution of sperm counts in relation to the subfertile range
  7. 7. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  8. 8. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  9. 9. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  10. 10. Oxford Institute of Ageing Sperm concentration, young Danish men 12 10 No. of men (%) 8 6 4 2 0 10 10 20 20 30 30 40 40 50 50 60 0 80 80 90 <90 70 70 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 0- 0 50 0 6 11 < 11 12 < 12 13 < 13 14 < 14 10 <10 -< -< -< -< -< -< -< -< <1 - >0 - Categories of sperm concentration (mio/ml) OXFORD INSTITUTE •Adjusted for duration of ejaculation OF AGEING abstinence •Source: Edinburgh, Hamburg and Leipzig
  11. 11. Oxford Institute of Ageing DK 1996-2005 Sperm Concentration (mio/ml) US 1945 70 60 No. of men (%) 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 20 40 60 80 00 0+ 0- < -< -< -< <1 10 > 20 40 60 80 - Categories of sperm concentration (mio/ml) •Sperm concentration of young men - US 1945 vs. OXFORD INSTITUTE Denmark 1996-2005 OF AGEING • • Source: US: Adapted from J. MacLeod, The Semen Specimen. In Diagnosis of • Sterility 1946. Ed. Earl T. Engle. DK: Jørgensen et al: In manuscript 2007.
  12. 12. Oxford Institute of Ageing Maturing Societies 40 35 30 25 Europe 0-14 20 Europe 60+ 15 10 5 0 1950 1980 2000 2025 2050 OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  13. 13. Oxford Institute of Ageing Maturing Societies 40 35 30 25 Asia 0-14 20 Asia 60+ 15 10 5 0 1950 1980 2000 2025 2050 OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  14. 14. Oxford Institute of Ageing University of Oxford Schematic Age Profiles in Japan 1960 2020 85 plus Age 0 to 4 OXFORD INSTITUTE 0 OF AGEING 15 Percentage of population
  15. 15. Oxford Institute of Ageing The Future UK Retail market ? The over 50’s • hold 60% of the UK’s savings • represent 80% of the UK’s disposable wealth • responsible for 40% of the UK consumer demand • spend some £200 billion per year OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  16. 16. Oxford Institute of Ageing The Future The increasing dominance of the UK High Street by retailers targeting the young, will be replaced by more age-segregated shopping areas ? OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  17. 17. Oxford Institute of Ageing Sugamo in Tokyo The district of Sugamo in Tokyo is now a vibrant area for fashion and entertainment for the over-60’s which mirrors the city’s Harajuku District, aimed at Tokyo’s teenagers. OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  18. 18. Oxford Institute of Ageing Grey: The new black? Is the “grey market” is set to become the new “black”.? • around half the 50’s regularly shop on e-bay and more shop on line than the under 30’s. Are advertisers are beginning to recognise the over 50s as creative consumers, who respond as well to attractive relevant marketing propositions as their children do ? OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING
  19. 19. Oxford Institute of Ageing OXFORD INSTITUTE OF AGEING

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