Demographics significantly influence a country’s future. But what will that future be? A few factors influence it – but variation in these can significantly impact it. The Interactive Demographic Model allows you to see instantly what the range of outcomes might be.
It is a valuable tool for strategic planning and investment planning and is instantly available online.
Few forecasts are 100% accurate. Therefore, it is more useful to try different scenarios of the relevant variables and consider the risks associated with the different outcomes. How important is the change? Where should strategy be focused?
Interactive demographics allow you to see how sensitive the future (to 2045) demographic and socio-economic profile of a country is to variations in key variables.
This includes varying the
It shows the impact of varying some or all of these variables on each of:
While this may appear to be a small set of variables to evaluate, the reality is that these are the only ones available to society (the government) to influence. Variables such as the overall age profile of a population cannot be arbitrarily changed. They are very much a function of birth rates and migration and death rates – the last of which is largely determined by the existing lifestyle of the population. To make it obvious, the age profile of the population today significantly determines the age profile of the population in 10 years, subject only to variations in birth rates (possible), death rates (unlikely to change suddenly) or migration (Government-determined).
This model lets you evaluate the forecasts made by different parties about such items as
Both outputs are downloadable in Excel (or, in the case of the report -in PDF).