The book provides an interesting analysis of the time-use data to examine the extent to which active ageing is occurring in
India. It also synthesizes data from the National Sample Survey Office All India Survey and another survey undertaken in Kolkata,
Bhubaneswar, and Ranchi (capital cities of East Indian states) to examine the role of the aged in the Indian Society. Nearly
all countries in the world are experiencing an important issue of ageing. India faces its own set of challenges with its aging
population due to the absence of a social security system-the shifting family dynamics questions the contribution of the elderly
to the family in every aspect. Econometric models have been used in the book to study gender differences and variations across
socio-economic conditions, correlating them to the contribution of the aged to their families and the extent of active ageing.
The book broadens the understanding on the aged and facilitates their integration in the society so that they can age more
Active Ageing and Labour Market Engagement offers an analytical perspective to professionals,
researchers, and policy makers interested in gerontology.