Global Ageing Survey

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The Global Ageing Survey is the world's largest single survey of later life with 44,000 individuals from 24 countries. It was undertaken by the Oxford Institute of Ageing[1], Principal Investigators George Leeson and Sarah Harper as part of the HSBC funded Future of Retirement Project (FOR)[2]