The territorialisation of public policy-making reflects differences in the way social needs for older people are identified and addressed.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(27 Apr 2012)
By 2050, for the first time in human history, older people will outnumber the population of children. Paul Chaney argues that this presents specific challenges and opportunities in the pursuit of electoral support; policy proposals will be increasingly tailored to older voters and territorialized, leading to the rise of different welfare rights and modes of social citizenship in the constituent polities of the quasi-federal state.
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