Regional Demographic Change develops into a strategic
issue for companies. To tackle with its risks and take advantage of its
chances, companies need information that is tailored to their objectives,
scientifically reliable and easily accessible. The Demographic Risk Map is
conceived to help companies integrate demographic change into their
strategic planning. It informs, separately, about Regional Demographic
Change and Regional Demographic Location Risk.
But is demographic change a new location factor companies should consider?
No, it should not be viewed as a location factor by itself. It
is only in the interplay of demographic and location factors and under the
influence of moderating contextual forces that demographic change unfolds
its strategic effects.
1. Measure Regional Demographic Location Risk
change entails risks and opportunities when
interpreted in combination with location and contextual factors. Their
interplay is captured in a composite measure for Regional Demographic
Location Risk (RDLR). An overall RDLR measure and separate scores are
provided for the fields Labour Supply, Human Capital, Labour Productivity
and Research and Development (R&D). Field-specific and overall scores render Demographic Location Risks
and opportunities comparable between the 260 EU regions. Learn more ...
2. Regional Demographic Change Data
Under Regional Demographic Change Data you can find compact information on whether and how demographic change will affect your region between 1990 and 2030. All data is comparable between sub-periods,
264 regions and 27
countries across Europe.
You can download all maps on both Regional Demographic Change Data and Regional Demographic Location Risk free of charge to evaluate the demographic risk of your company's location and your region. Learn more ...
Flyer Demographic Risk Map
The book for the online tool "Demographic Risk Map"