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An Aging World: 2001
U.S. Department of Commerce
Economics and Statistics Administration
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
Issued November 2001
P95/01-1
 
International Population Reports
Demographic ProgramsBy Kevin Kinsellaand Victoria A. Velkoff 
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
National Institutes of Health
NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGING
 
This report was prepared by
Kevin Kinsella
and
Victoria A.Velkoff
under the general direction of 
Peter O. Way
, Chief, InternationalPrograms Center (IPC), PopulationDivision, Census Bureau. Research forand production of this report were sup-ported under an interagency agreementwith the Behavioral and Social ResearchProgram, National Institute on Aging,Agreement No. Y1-AG-9414-01.For their review of and/or suggestionsregarding this report, the authors aregrateful to
Emily M. Agree
, Departmentof Population Dynamics, Johns HopkinsUniversity;
Nikolai Botev
, PopulationActivities Unit, Economic Commission forEurope;
Richard V. Burkhauser
,Department of Policy Analysis andManagement, Cornell University;
James C. Gibbs
, Assistant Center Chief,IPC;
Albert I. Hermalin
, Institute forSocial Research, University of Michigan;
Linda Hooper
, Aging Studies Branch,IPC;
Rose Maria Li
, Behavioral andSocial Research Program, NationalInstitute on Aging;
Jean-Marie Robine
,Equipe INSERM Demographie et Sante,Montpellier;
Beth J. Soldo
, PopulationStudies Center, University of Pennsylvania;
Richard M. Suzman
,Behavioral and Social Research Program,National Institute on Aging;
Peter O.Way
, Chief, IPC,
Loraine A. West
,Eurasia Branch, IPC; and
Richard Woodbury
, National Bureauof Economic Research. We also thank
David Rajnes
, Housing and HouseholdEconomic Statistics Division, U.S. CensusBureau, who provided useful data andother information regarding retirementand pensions.A very special debt of gratitude is owedto
George C. Myers
, former director of the Center for Demographic Studies atDuke University, who passed away in2000. Not only did Dr. Myers offerinstructive comments on this report, buthe also provided invaluable advice andguidance to the aging-related productsand activities of the Census Bureau (aswell as to many other agencies in theUnited States and worldwide) for the bet-ter part of two decades.Within the IPC Aging Studies Branch,
Valerie Lawson
was instrumental tothe completion of myriad tasks involvingdata compilation, verification, table andgraph production, and general reportpreparation. Branch members
Wan He
and
Jennifer Zanini
also contributed tothis report.
Frances Scott
,
Janet Sweeney
,
Barbara Adams
, and
Arlene C. Butler
of the Administrative and CustomerServices Division,
Walter C. Odom
,Chief, provided publication and printingmanagement, graphics design, and com-position and editorial review for printand electronic media. General directionand production management were pro-vided by
Michael G. Garland
, AssistantChief, and
Gary J. Lauffer
, Chief,Publications Services Branch.Thanks also are due to
Lorraine Wright
of the Bureau’s Information andResources Services Branch, who cheer-fully and efficiently handled the acquisi-tion of a multitude of necessary sourcesand references.Finally, we would like to thank thoseinternational organizations and associa-tions engaged in the collection, tabula-tion, analysis and dissemination of datarelevant to the aging of the world’s pop-ulation. In particular, we would like toacknowledge the efforts of the EconomicCommission for Europe, the InternationalLabour Office, the International Networkon Healthy Life Expectancy, theInternational Social SecurityAdministration, the Organization forEconomic Co-Operation andDevelopment, the Statistical Office of theEuropean Union, the United NationsPopulation Division, the United NationsStatistical Office, and the World HealthOrganization.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
 
U.S. Department of CommerceDonald L. Evans,
Secretary
Economics and Statistics AdministrationKathleen B. Cooper,
Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAUWilliam G. Barron, Jr.,
Acting Director
An Aging World: 2001
 
P95/01-1
Issued November 2001

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