Andrew J Scott

Andrew J Scott

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Humanity’s greatest achievement is the extraordinary gains in life expectancy over the last 100 years yet we fear the consequences of living a long life. Andrew J. Scott, co-founder of The Longevity Forum and Professor of Economics at London Business School wants us to realise the true implications of this fundamental change , adapt and adjust and seize a longevity dividend. When for the first time ever in human history the young and middle-aged can expect to become the very old we need to change how we live, how our health sector works, how our careers are structured and how we manage our finances. We are now likely to become old which is why the 21st century brings a new longevity imperative - ensuring life isn't just longer but that it is also healthier, productive, engaged and fulfilling for longer. That is a challenge for all of us whatever our age. A prize-winning speaker, author, researcher and teacher, Scott brings a unique perspective to this most personal and profound global trend – covering issues from what to eat for breakfast, what should happen to reitrement through to the need to rethink our culture around ageing. His global best-seller, “The 100 Year Life’, has been published in more than 20 countries. Currently a professor at London Business School having previously held positions at Oxford University, London School of Economics and Harvard his research and ideas have featured in the Financial Times, CNN, PBS, BBC, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, Times, Sunday Times, National Geographic, Lancet, Nature, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, The International Monetary Fund, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum.
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