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Demographic determinants of savings

T. Paul Schultz

Demographic determinants of savings

estimating and interpreting the aggregate association in Asia

by T. Paul Schultz

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Published by IZA in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Asia
    • Subjects:
    • Saving and investment -- Asia -- Case studies.,
    • Age distribution (Demography) -- Asia -- Case studies.,
    • Fertility, Human -- Asia -- Case studies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby T. Paul Schultz.
      GenreCase studies.
      SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 1479, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) ;, no. 1479
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD5701
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3477855M
      LC Control Number2005617706

      What determines savings? The question is timely and important. The U.S. saving rate is less than half that of Japan, Germany, and other developed countries, and the imbalance in saving rates across countries is responsible, in large part for the imbalance in international trade. This book examines a number of important determinants of wealth accumulation, including retirement bequests, and. Personal savings rate is an unsettling subject, because every economist has distinctive opinions on the determinants of consumption, saving and borrowing behaviors of households. For instance, many individuals assume that there is a positive relationship between real disposable income and the personal savings .

      determinants of household saving have focused on middle- to upper-income families. Few empirical studies have investigated savings’ determinants among low-income individuals and fami-lies, and those that have have primarily been completed within the United States (Curley, Ssewamala, & Sherraden, ; Han & Sherraden, ). Social Determinants, Demographics and Outcomes Historical Background: Beginning July 1, , and through the process of administrative simplification, AHCCCS spent a great deal of time soliciting stakeholder feedback in a variety of ways regarding provider reporting of Demographic and Outcome Data Set (commonly known as the DUG) data.

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Title: Microsoft Word - DP doc Author: lcd2 Created Date: 12/21/ AM. Their analysis placed an important point in the literature; the findings recommend that to lose fiscal policy might well effect on private consumption (Serres and Pelgrin, ).After the discussion of macro-economic indicators of savings above, the place of demographic and social determinants will be discussed in this part of the literature Cited by: 3.

In this paper, it has been investigated how demographic determinants are effective on saving ratios using panel data analysis between and on 20 transition economies.

The chosen demographic and economic variables are dependency ratio (total, youth and old), GDP per capita growth, population density, urban population of percentage of Cited by: 3. Vital determinants of savings in an economy are: 1. The Level of Income 2. Income Distribution 3. Consumption Motivations 4.

Wealth 5. Habit 6. Population 7. Objective and Institutional Factors 8. Subjective Motivations for Savings 9. Rate of Interest. The rate and size of savings in an economy are determined by a multitude of factors.

This study uses four determinants of savings which are inflation, economic growth, age dependency ratio and money supply for the period of 31 years from to. Public Finance is another important factor for savings.

Some financial decisions of the public sector also play an important role as the determinants of savings. The percentages of children and old people are also among the determinants of savings.

This section of a country’s population is not expected to generate income. Downloadable. Life cycle savings is proposed as one explanation for much of the increase in savings and economic growth in Asia. Demographic determinants of savings book association between the age composition of a nation's population and its savings rate, observed within 16 Asian countries from tois re-estimated here to be less than a quarter the size reported in a seminal study, which assumed lagged savings is.

This paper examined the determinants of savings in ECOWAS and the importance of demographic structure in savings rate. Data on gross savings rate, per capita income, interest rate, inflation, financial aids, remittances and population age structure were collected for six ECOWAS countries namely, Cote d’ Ivoire, Ghana, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and.

Demographic Determinants of Savings: Estimating and Interpreting the Aggregate Association in Asia T. Paul Schultz Abstract Life cycle savings is proposed as one explanati on for much of the increase in savings and economic growth in Asia.

The association between the age composition of a nation’s population and its. Determinants of Savings Rate 4 Real Per Capita Income 5 Demographic Features 5 Share of Agriculture to GDP 6 Real Interest Rates 6 Social Barriers 6 Structure of Savings in India 7.

Life cycle savings is proposed as one explanation for much of the increase in savings and economic growth in Asia. The association between the age composition of a nation’s population and its savings rate, observed within 16 Asian countries from tois reestimated here to be less than a quarter the size reported in a seminal study, which assumed lagged savings is exogenous.

study examines the determinants of savings in the APEC countries. Panel data analysis was used for sixteen APEC member countries during the period of According the analysis results that income, age dependency ratio, young population, rural population and urban population affect on savings positively.

the savings behavior of coexisting generations in the economy at a given period of time. Since the population ages, the increasing weight of dissaving by the old generation should oppress the savings of working age generation by causing decrease in average private savings rate of the economy. developing countries, investigate the determinants of private saving rates in order to explain the diversity in saving rates in the world.

Losayza et al. () reviewed drivers of private saving and classified into demographic and economic variables. The demographic variables include old or. The Demographic Determinants of Savings, Investment, and Foreign Capital Dependence: An Inquiry into Latin America, Steve Poliner Duke University Spring Abstract Latin America has been reliant upon inflows of foreign capital to finance investment for several decades and has suffered declines in output when lenders in the.

savings’ determinants among low-income individuals and fami- lies, and those that have have primarily been comp leted within the United States (Curley, Ssew amala, & Sherraden, ; Han.

J - Organizations that account for the social determinants of health and connect patients to services that meet their social needs could reduce spending by approximately 11 percent within a year, according to a recent study.

HealthConnections, a program from WellCare Health Plans, focuses on addressing the socioeconomic needs of vulnerable patients by referring beneficiaries to. Bentzel R., Berg L. () The Role of Demographic Factors as a Determinant of Savings in Sweden.

In: Modigliani F., Hemming R. (eds) The Determinants of National Saving and Wealth. International Economic Association Publications.

determinants of health for Medicare and Medicaid enrollees Leading strategies for health plans target population for SDoH interventions. Duals are beneficiaries who qualify for both Medicare and changes that result in net savings could take years to realize.

Nonetheless, most of the executives in. This article examines the determinants of household saving in the process of economic development, in the light of the Taiwanese experience during the period – The methodology involves the estimation of a saving rate function derived within the life-cycle framework.

It is found that the household saving rate rises with both the level and the rate of growth of household disposable income. Consider three hypothetical scenarios * for the levels of human population in the century ahead. Fertility declines within sixty years from the current rate of to a global replacement average of children per woman.

The current population momentum would lead to at least 11 billion people before leveling off at the end of the 21st century. Fertility reduces to an average of The personal savings rate is an unsettling subject, because every economist has distinctive opinions on the determinants of consumption, saving and borrowing behaviors of households.

For instance, many individuals assume that there is a positive relationship between real disposable income and the personal savings rate. In other words, saving amongst households have increased with the growth of.In developed nations saving ratio is 15 to 20 percent, while household savings are about 10 to 15 percent.

Among the Asian countries, the domestic savings are between 20 to 25 percent of the income [2]. Saving is important for maintaining a higher level of investment, which is a key determinant of economic uplift [3].