This conference will bring together scholars from a variety of fields to discuss the impact that aging populations will have on asset values. As populations in Canada and other countries continue to age, debate has been mounting regarding the impact the changing population distribution may have on economic growth, asset values, inflation, funding of social programs, taxation, and the social contract. This workshop will lead to the development of better methods to quantify the impact of population aging on asset values. We invite you to explore this and other questions with us at the Waterloo International Workshop on the Implications of Aging on Asset Values. By bringing together established and emerging economists, mathematicians, demographers, and actuaries, we hope to:
- Provide information on the implications of population aging on asset values and on quantitative methods currently in use for modeling and quantifying such implications, and
- Create an opportunity to network with other researchers with similar interests that will help to advance the research regarding the modeling of asset returns
Through our line-up of international keynote speakers, workshops, and networking events over the course of the workshop, we will help to facilitate the sharing and collaboration of ideas across disciplines and between experienced and emerging researchers.
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