Proceedings of the 2016 2nd International Conference on Economics, Management Engineering and Education Technology (ICEMEET 2016)

Consumption effect of an aging population--Taking Hangzhou as an example

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Rong Li
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Available Online January 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/icemeet-16.2017.39How to use a DOI?
Keywords
an aging population; the consumption structure; grey correlation degree; Hangzhou.
Abstract
With the development of society and economy, social life expectancy widely extended, the aging of the population trend is increasingly highlighted. Due to differences in physiological and psychological aspects of the elderly in the characteristic of consumption habits and consumption tendency is obvious. In the current global economic downturn generally, facing domestic industrial structure adjustment, under the condition of ageing of consumption is becoming the important force to boost the economy in a period in the future. Research on aging to improve social consumption, leading the upgrading of industrial structure has an important significance. In this paper, Hangzhou as the research object, from 2003 to 2015, on the basis of the time series data using the grey correlation analysis method, study the influence of Hangzhou the consumption structure of the aging of population. Through the comparison and analysis, we found that an ageing population makes the consumption of society to pay more attention to the quality of life, concern on health care, education, culture and tourism consumption direction.
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