In addition to the list of publications provided by each researcher, MEA offers two valuable resources that provide a comprehensive overview of our institute’s rich research heritage and ongoing contributions to the field of economics and demographic change.
The MEA Discussion Paper Series serves as a dynamic repository of cutting-edge research and analysis, encompassing a wide range of topics related to demographic change and its economic implications. Delve into our extensive collection of discussion papers to access thought-provoking insights, empirical studies, and theoretical advancements that shed light on the complex interplay between aging populations and socioeconomic dynamics. By exploring our Discussion Paper Series, you can stay informed about the latest research trends, foster academic discourse, and contribute to evidence-based policymaking.
The History of Publications shows how over the years, our institute has amassed a remarkable body of knowledge through numerous publications, including influential books, periodicals, studies, and reports. This subpage serves as a testament to our longstanding commitment to advancing the understanding of aging economics. Delve into our history of publications to explore the intellectual journey of MEA, tracing the evolution of our research agenda, landmark studies, and impactful contributions to the field. Discover the milestones that have shaped our institute and learn about the pivotal role our research has played in guiding socioeconomic policy decisions and promoting inclusive development.