Kenneth Howse

kenneth.howse@ageing.ox.ac.uk

Oxford Institute Of Population Ageing
66 Banbury Road
Oxford
OX2 6PR

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James Martin Senior Fellow
 

Kenneth Howse is a Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, Editor of Ageing Horizons and Director of the PCAP Centre.

Kenneth Howse joined the Institute from the Centre for Policy on Ageing, where for several years he worked on a range of issues, including health policy and the place of religion in later life. His interest in ageing issues began in the late 1980s, when he was a Research Fellow with the Institute of Medical Ethics and worked on rationing problems in health care and the ethics of psychiatric research. This background in applied ethics is reflected in his strong interest in the ethical and normative dimension of the policy implications of demographic ageing. He manages the Health and Longevity research theme, and his current research focus is intergenerational equity and ethical issues surrounding ageing. He is currently working on problems of generational fairness in pension reform and the policy issues that are likely to arise as a result of the increasing prevalence of extreme longevity.

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