Digital economy

Presentation from theExpert Consultation on Active Ageing in the Digital Economy



Welcome remarks and introduction Presentations:


  • Elettra RonchiSenior Policy Analyst, Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, OECD
  • Michael Hodin, Executive Director, Global Coalition on Ageing, USA


Too old to work? American Worker Don’t Think So.



 Ageing in the New Digital Economy



ICT and Demand for Labour: Does Age Matter?


  • Michael PolderEconomist, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD


Too Old to Learn? Upskilling for Older Workers, and the Policies and Practices Adopted by Employers and Governments: A Review of the Evidence.


  • Anne SonnetSenior Economist, Older Workers Policies, OECD


Digital Learning and an Ageing Population. What Role for MOOCs?


  • Elliot MaxwellAuthor, Lecturer and Advisor on Strategic Issues Involving the Intersecction of Business, Technology and Public Policy in the Internet, USA


Preparing for the Future. Retirement Management: A Next Generation Investment Framework



Preparing for the Future. Research on Aging and Longevity


  • Surya Kolluri, Managing Director, Bank of America Merrill Lynch


Preparing for the Future. Education and Training for (Ageing) Worker in the Digital Economy


  • Stuart ElliottAnalyst for Innovation and Measuring Progress, Directorate for Education and Skills, OECD


Older Adults, Trust, and Internet Use



IoT and Ageing: The Roles of the Private and Public Sectors



A Technology Perspective. Clinical and Financial Value Drivers


  • Eugene VarugheseHead of International Business, Philips Healthcare Monitoring\








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