Ageing International is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to improving the quality of life of ageing populations worldwide. The Journal provides an intellectual forum for communicating common concerns, exchanging discoveries and analyses in scientific research, and crystallizing significant social and health policy issues. It broadly welcomes papers that:
- Examine and evaluate the well-being of ageing populations
- Focus on improving the quality of life for older individuals in both regional and global contexts
- Offer recommendations in age-related service delivery and policy making
The Journal seeks to bring together researchers, policy analysts, and service program administrators who are committed to reducing the implementation gap between good science and effective service, between evidence-based protocol and culturally suitable programs, and between innovative solutions and generalizable policies.
Why Are some Older Persons Economically Vulnerable and Others Not? The Role of Socio-Demographic Factors and Economic Resources in the Nigerian Context
Olumide Adisa (March 2019)
The Evolution of Government’s Attention Towards Older Person: a Critical Review of Malaysia 5 Years Plan