Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy

Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy

Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy

Plan with seniors, not for them!



Silver Economy in Digitalized Society
Invitation to the Associations and Networks
Founding Members
Links to Associations & Networks
Links to the Minister of (for) Seniors
Links to the Council of Seniors
Links to the Seniors 55+ eServices Guide
Links to Parliamentary Ombudsman
Links to coalitions of national nonprofit organizations concerned with the well-being of older population
Links to Media
Developing the Silver Economy and Related Government Resources for Seniors. Webinar Position Paper, September 19, 2022
Cross-border eCollaboration in Publishing the Guide on eServices for Seniors 55+ who Take Care of their Parents who are 75+, and Seniors’ Digital Literacy, September 30, 2022
Links to ePublications



Silver Economy in Digitalized Society


The silver economy refers to the economic potential of older adults as both consumers and producers. As society becomes increasingly digitalized, there are new opportunities for older adults to engage in the digital economy and contribute to the workforce.

One aspect of the digitalized silver economy is the growing market for technology and services targeted at older adults. For example, there is a rising demand for health and wellness apps, smart home devices, and other technology that can help older adults live independently and safely. This presents an opportunity for companies to create and market products specifically for this demographic.

Another aspect is the ability for older adults to work remotely and engage in the gig economy. With the rise of digital platforms, older adults can find flexible work opportunities such as freelance writing, consulting, and online tutoring. Additionally, the internet provides new opportunities for older adults to start their own businesses, sell products online, and reach customers across the world.

However, there are also challenges that come with the digitalization of the silver economy. Older adults may face barriers to accessing and using digital technology, such as lack of digital literacy and physical impairments. Additionally, there is a risk of exacerbating existing social inequalities if older adults with limited access to technology are left behind.

The digitalization of the silver economy presents both opportunities and challenges. As technology continues to advance, it will be important to ensure that older adults are not left behind and are able to fully participate in the digital economy.

Seniors centricity is important in a digital society for several reasons.

Firstly, older adults are a growing demographic that is often overlooked in the development of digital products and services. This is a missed opportunity for businesses to tap into the potential of this group as consumers, entrepreneurs, and workers. By prioritizing seniors centricity, companies can develop products that meet the needs of older adults and make the digital world more accessible and user-friendly for this group.

Secondly, seniors centricity is important for promoting social inclusion and reducing the digital divide. Digital technology has the potential to bring people together and facilitate communication and connection, but older adults may face barriers to accessing and using technology. By focusing on seniors centricity, businesses and organizations can work to bridge this gap and ensure that older adults are not left behind in the digital age.

Finally, seniors centricity is important for promoting healthy aging and independence. Digital technology can play an important role in helping older adults stay connected, active, and engaged in their communities. By developing products and services that support these goals, companies can help older adults maintain their quality of life and independence.

Seniors centricity is important in a digital society because it promotes inclusion, accessibility, and healthy aging. By prioritizing the needs and preferences of older adults, businesses and organizations can tap into the potential of this growing demographic and help ensure that everyone can benefit from the digital revolution.


Recent Publication

Developing the Silver Economy and Related Government Resources for Seniors. A Position Paper.
September 19, 2022.


The Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy wants to encourage retirees not to wait for what the Silver Economy will bring them, but to be actively involved in its development so that it is in line with their needs and desires. Seniors centricity is needed in developing the Silver Economy. The professors emeriti are apt to signal the direction and engage in action since they are well positioned in interdisciplinarity.

Key Words:
long-lived society; aging population; active aging; seniors’ use of eTechnologies, e-services; seniors 55+ eServices Guide; lifelong learning; digital literacy; e-learning; age-friendliness; senior centricity; minister of seniors; seniors’ council; silver economy.


The focus of the Zoom Meeting Contribution from a Network of the Associations to the Development of a Silver Economy on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, was to create a Network of all the Associations worldwide active to join emeriti, retired, senior researchers. This Project must consider the great dishomogeneity that characterizes these associations due to differences of feeling to the theme, of cultural interest (North Countries more looking at safety and environment, South Countries more at social aspects), of the demographic situation. Beside these differences, these associations have common activities related to their role in the lifelong learning, in the advancing functions to solve social and scientific problems, in acting as sentinels of the unity of culture. This unity was in the past threatened by particular interests of academic or politic nature and youngs due to their career needs cannot act as sentinels what on the contrary can do emeriti, retired, old cultured persons. The first question we have to put ourselves is why in some countries this kind of associations is less present if not absent and answers can be two: no feeling to the concern or adoption of a social policy able to respect all the components of the population independently on their education and age level so that no specific attention must be paid to any component of the population. The right answer between the two clearly is related to the different social ethics levels in the different countries. But it must be observed too that during last 30 years many things changed starting from the continuous mean ageing of the population in the developed countries so that even advanced social policies need updating and new integrations. So the proposed Network can help toward the right direction. By it the exchange of experiments, of expertise, of projects will become possible so that intellectual capital can be shared in favor of a general increase of the levels of knowledge.

One of the focus of the rising Network could and should be the institution in all the countries of the Network of a Minister of Seniors, of Old Age, of Silver Economy. Only 6 countries in the world have such a Minister (Australia, Canada, Malta, New Zealand, Scotland, Wales). She/he represents the responsible for a policy approach in order to guarantee that the needs of specific services, of health protection, of safety are respected in a condition of progressive increase of the mean age of the population. On the other side, he/she as member of the Cabinet can interact with the other ministers so that the specificity of old age can be considered in the politic choices adopted by the latter ones in the different branches of the Government activity such as health, industry, environment, education, transportation.

Related is the support that by this minister can be ensured to the Silver Economy. This looks holistic ally at the ageing of population and at the opportunities it presents starting from permanent education able to ensure citizens responsible choices in occasion of referendums and petitions, from new available technologies and new sectors of market, from the percentage (meanly 20%) of Gross Domestic Product dedicated to it, from health prevention and, last but not least from the disables policy due to the connection of it with the focal points of Silver Economy.

By Dr. Luigi Campanella, Professor Emeritus, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy & General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti
Zoom meeting of Professors Emeriti Network on April 6, 2022.

Invitation to Associations and Networks

Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy

April 25, 2022

 To a representative of the network or association of aged professionals (emeriti, retired, senior researchers) in the world

Dear Representative,

We are sending you this message with the intention of proposing the signing of a formal agreement on the program between all addressed networks and associations, which looks at two objectives:

– Create conditions for the professionalism and knowledge of older people, especially cultural and professional ones, to be made available to society for life counseling and for lifelong adult education. Knowledge is the engine of life and whoever has it must be willing to share it with others.

– Encourage the establishment of a Minister of Seniors and the Silver Economy in all countries (Minister of Seniors Appointment. Position Paper, April 21, 2021; An appeal for the establishment of ministries for seniors in all countries of the European Union, The Bulletin of the European association of professors emeriti, 2022).

The envisaged cooperation is aimed at accelerating the use of eServices provided by the Internet. It is not related to costs.

If, as we warmly hope, your network / association is interested in signing the proposed agreement, let us know. Please also let us know the reasons for any negative response.

Thank you and best greetings.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Luigi Campanella, Professor Emeritus
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti

Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus
University of Maribor, Slovenia
Secretary, Professors Emeriti Network & Secretary, eSeniors 55+ Network

Action Focused Online Meetings

Zoom Meeting on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, 17:00 – 19:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST)
Discussion on further steps in the Network direction.

Dr. Luigi Campanella, Senior Professor, Department of Chemistry, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Past General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti – EAPE
General Secretary of Italian Committee of EAPE

pdf Global Network Meeting June 1 2022 Participants


Dr. Luigi Campanella, Senior Professor, Department of Chemistry, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Past General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti – EAPE
General Secretary of Italian Committee of EAPE

Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Secretary, Professors Emeriti Network
Program Coordinator, Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegion

Founding Members

Dr. Luigi Campanella, Professor Emeritus
Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti

George Christodoulou, Professor Emeritus
University of Athens Medical School, Greece
President, Society Preventive Psychiatry

Dr. Lucija Čok, Professor Emerita, Scientific Counselor
Former Rector, University of Primorska, Slovenia

Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus
University of Maribor, Slovenia
Program Coordinator, Inter-Municipality Initiative: Cross-border eCollaboration in the eRegion
Secretary, Professors Emeriti Network & Secretary, eSeniors 55+ Network

Dr.Dr.h.c. Heinrich C. Mayr, Professor Emeritus
Former Rector, Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Austria
Application Engineering Research

Dr. Gregory M. Sadlek, Professor Emeritus / Dean Emeritus
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences – CLASS, Cleveland State University, Ohio, USA

Dr. Bernhard Schrefler, Professor Emeritus
Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Padua, Italy

Links to Associations & Networks

Professors Emeriti Network,
Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus, University of Maribor, Slovenia, Secretary & Secretary, Active Aging Networks

eSeniors 55+ Network
Anja Rebolj, Head, Department for Regional Activities and Development
Library Miran Jarc Novo mesto, Slovenia, Coordinator of the Seniors Contact Points in Slovenija

Retirees in Koroška Region Developing Silver Economy Network
Marjeta Vaupot, MBA, Director
Health Community Center Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
eServices for Seniors 55+ Guide 2021 – Health Community Centre Slovenj Gradec, February 2022

Seniors eLearning & eEducation: Patronage Services & Educational Institutions & Libraries & Social Centers eCollaboration
Mag. Jasna Kolar Macur, Councelor
Mentor & Mentors’ Coordinator, Voluntary Activities
Secondary School for Nursing, Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia

The Pass It On Network, Paris, France
Moira Allan, Co-founder and International Coordinator, Advisors, Network Liaisons
Dr. Jan Hively, Co-founder and U.S. Liaison, Co-founder, Vital Aging Network, Minnesota, USA

International Federation on Aging – IFA, Vice-President-North America
Dr. Sandra Hirst, Associate Professor Emerita, University of Calgary, Canada

AGE-WELL Ecosystem Canada, Toronto, Ontario, ECHAlliance, European Connected Health Alliance, UK
Andy Bleaden, Community Director 
Dr. Michael Chrostowski, Business Development and Industry Relations Manager;;

Age-Friendly University Global Network, Dublin, Ireland
Christine O’Kelly, Age-Friendly Coordinator, Dublin City University

Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence, School of Business, Munster Technological University, Cork, Ireland
Potential of the silver economy for rural enterprises and society at national and European level
Dr. Helen McGuirk, Head

NGO Committee on Ageing/NY, USA
Dr. Cynthia Stuen, Chair
UN Main Representative, International Federation on Ageing

Active Aging Consortium in Asia Pacific – ACAP, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, USA
Dr. Kathryn L. Braun, Professor of Public Health and Social Work, Barbara Cox Anthony Endowed Chair on Aging & President
Editor, ACAP Bimonthly Bulletins

Central-European Service for Cross-Border Initiatives (CESCI), Budapest, Hungary
Dr. Gyula Ocskay, General Secretary & Head, European Institute of cross-border studies, Budapest
International portal of information regarding Silver Economy, technologies for independent living and generally all products and services dedicated to ageing well, Paris, France
Jérôme Pigniez, Founder and Director

Silver Economy Network
Assolombarda, Milan, Italy
Felice Lopane, Life Sciences Manager, Organization, Development and Associative Relations Sector

Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO) – coalition of 66 national nonprofit organizations concerned with the well-being of America’s older population, USA
Ramsey Alwin, President and CEO, National Council on Aging – NCOA, Chair of LCAO;

Association of Retirement Organizations in Higher Education – AROHE, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Sue Barnes, Executive Director

Healthy Aging: Collaborative Online Resources and Education – CORE Canada. Platform – online knowledge hub to connect local, regional, provincial and national non-profit, government, and academic organizations and coalitions that focus on programs, services, policies, practices, and research aimed at supporting older Canadians to age in place in their homes and communities. Employment and Social Development Canada, Burnaby, BC, Canada

East Rock Institute, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Dr. Hesung Chun Koh, Co-Founder, Chair and President Emerita

Association Friends of Road for Mali (“Les Amis de la Route”), Republic of Mali
Grégoire Tessougue, President, Road Safety Association & President, Association Friends of Road for Mali,

Lifelong Learning for All, Gdansk, Poland
Dr. Anna Grabowska, Head, Autodesk Academic Partner and Academy of Third Age; Founder of the Distance Education Centre at Gdansk University of Technology
Founding Member, Association of Academic E-learning, Advisor, U3A online,  Member, Steering Committee of U3A Communities

Links to the Minister of (for) Seniors

In the countries with a rapidly aging population specialized attention and support from the government is required. Having a dedicated Minister of Seniors is beneficial in ensuring that the unique needs of this demographic are being met.

Additionally, a Minister of Seniors could be responsible for addressing issues related to healthcare, social security, and pension plans, which are important concerns for many seniors. They could also work to promote policies and initiatives that improve the quality of life for seniors, such as providing more affordable housing options, improving access to transportation, and increasing funding for programs that support mental and physical health.

Honourable Mark Butler, MP, Minister for Health and Aged Care

House of Representatives, Australian Government

Honourable Seamus O’Regan Jr., MP, Minister of Labour and Seniors

Government of Canada

Honourable Mary Butler TD, Minister for Mental Health and Older People

Government of Ireland

Honourable Jo Etienne Abela, Minister for Health and Active Ageing

Government of Malta

Honourable Dr Ayesha Verrall, Cabinet Minister of Health and Research, Science and Innovation

New Zealand Government

Honourable Emma Roddick, Minister for Equalities, Migration and Refugees

Scottish Government

Honourable Heléna Herklots, Older People’s Commissioner

Welsh Government

Honourable Dubravka Šuica, Commissioner for Democracy and Demography & Vice-President, European Commission

Minister of Seniors. Wikipedia

Links to the Council of Seniors

Council of Elders

Australian Government

National Seniors Council – NSC

Government of Canada, Gatineau, Quebec

Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat

Government of New Brunswick, Canada

Older Persons and Elders Advisory Committee

City of Vancouver, Canada

The Senior Citizens Committee

The Danish Parliament

Elderly Citizens Council

City of Helsinki, Finland

Irish Senior Citizens’ Parliament


Office for Seniors

New Zealand

Older People, Age And Ageing Group

Scottish Parliament

The Governor’s Advisory Council on Aging

State of Arizona, United States of America

Washington State Council on Aging

Washington State, United States of America

Cambridge Council on Aging

City of Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America

The Commission on Aging

City of Austin, Texas, United States of America

Older People, Age And Ageing Group, Scottish Parliament;
Christine Ryder,  Secretary c/o Outside the Box, Community Worker, South East Team;

Purpose of the group
To help the Scottish Parliament to address the challenges of an ageing population.
To provide MSPs with a source of information and expertise on issues of age.
To bring together those with an interest in the well-being of older people.
To encourage co-operation in promoting the interests of older people and their involvement with the Scottish Parliament.
To assist the Scottish Parliament in meeting older people’s needs as well as benefiting from their experience.

Older People’s Strategic Action Forum, Scottish Government;

National Reference Group of Service Users and Family Members, Government of Ireland
Sharon Lane, Chair

On 11 May 2022, the group has been established to provide a voice for mental health service users and their families in Ireland.

Aged Care Council of Elders
The council will provide advice from senior Australians to the Government about aged care reform and ageing generally.

Council of Elders Australia
Ian Yates AM, Chair

On 13 January 2022, fourteen eminent Australians – including National Seniors Australia CEO John McCallum – have been appointed to the inaugural aged care Council of Elders, to ensure your voice is heard by government.

Council of Elders communique after the meeting on 25 March 2022.

Robert M. “Bobby” Dyer, Mayor
James Wood; Vice Mayor
Mayor’s Commission on Aging. City of Virginia Beach, United States of America

The Virginia Beach Mayor’s Commission on Aging assists the mayor in planning actions and programs to meet the needs and concerns of seniors in Virginia Beach.

Links to the Seniors 55+ eServices Guide


Sutherland Shire Seniors Services Directory. Sutherland Shire Council, 2022: 65.

55+ Activities, Groups and Support Guide 2021. 2nd edition. City of Joondalup, Perth, Western Australia, May 2021: 72.

City of Newcastle Seniors Directory 2023. Seniors, City of New Castle, New South Wales, pp 23.


Seniors Guide to Federal Programs and Services. Government of Canada, Health Canada. Division of Aging and Seniors, Ottawa, Ontario, 2021: 91.

Age-Friendly Rural and Remote Communities: A Guide. Federal/Provincial/Territorial Ministers Responsible for Seniors. 18 Sept 2018: 50.

Guide to Programs and Services for Seniors in Ontario. Ministry for Seniors and Accessibility, Ontario, Canada, Winter 2022: 135.

Seniors programs and services. Information guide. Government of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. July 2022: 52.

Positive-Aging-Directory-2022. Department of Seniors, Government of Nova Scotia: 42.

Programs and Services for Seniors. 2022 Edition. Government of Québec: 48.

BC Seniors’ Guide, 12th Edition. Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Health, August 12, 2021: 178.

Prince Edward Island Seniors’ Guide, 2018: 138.

Seniors’ Guide to Services and Programs. Province of New Brunswick, 2016: 55.

Manitoba Seniors’ Guide. Seniors and Healthy Aging Secretariat and the Manitoba Council on Aging. 2015/2016:175.

Seniors programs and services. Information Guide. Alberta Government, 2014-2015: 60.

Directory of Services for Seniors and Caregivers in Toronto. Fall, 2021: 182.

Guide for Older Adults. Services and Programs offered by the City of Ottawa, : 14


Senior Services Guide 2023–2024. City of Helsinki, 1.6.2023: 80.


Hungarian Seniors 55+ eServices Guide (in Hungarian), February 2022.


Information Guide to Services for Older People in County Tipperary. November 2019: 52.

Information Guide to Services for Older People in County Wicklow. May 2018: 40.


Kažipot e-storitev za seniorje 55+. Zdravstveni dom Trebnje in Občine Mirna, Mokronog-Trebelno, Šentrupert, Trebnje, oktober 2021: 40.

Kažipot e-storitev za seniorje 55+ . Zdravstveni dom Slovenj Gradec, Mestna očina Slovenj Gradec, Občina Mislinja, oktober 2021: 28.
eServices for Seniors 55+ Guide. Health Community Centre Slovenj Gradec, City Municipality of Slovenj Gradec, Municipality of Mislinja, February 2022: 33.

United States of America

Palmetto GBA eServices. User Manual. Rev. Palmetto GBA, Healthcare administration services and technology solutions provider for government and corporate entities, Columbia, South Carolina, USA, January 2023: 146.

Montgomery County Seniors’ Resource Guide. Published by the Beacon Newspapers in partnership with Montgomery County’s Department of Health & Human Services, Aging & Disability Services, 2022: 128.

Resource Guide. For Older Adults, Persons With Disabilities And Caregivers. Howard County, Maryland, 2022: 84.

Senior Resource  Guide. State Senator Liz Krueger, New York, NY. 2021-2022 Edition: 110.

Directory of Services. Johnson County Kansas, Area Agency on Aging, 2021: 84.

Senior Information Guide to the San Luis Obispo County community. 2018-2020 edition: 120.

Older Adult Resource Directory. The Denver Commission on Aging, City of Denver, Denver Agency for Human Rights and Community Partnerships (HRCP), 9/2017: 20.

Links to Parliamentary Ombudsman

Office of the Parliamentary Ombudsman, Helsinki, Finland
Dr. Päivi Topo, Ombudsman for the Elderly;

Links to coalitions of national nonprofit organizations concerned with the well-being of older population

COTA Australia – for older Australians. Council on the Ageing to promote, improve and protect the wellbeing of older people in Australia as citizens and consumers, Barton ACT, Australia
Jane Halton, AO PSM, Independent Chair, COTA Australia
Independent Non-Executive Director, ANZ Bank, Clayton Utz lawyers and the Australian Policy Institute & Adjunct Professor at the Universities of Canberra and Sydney.;

Healthy Aging: Collaborative Online Resources and Education – CORE Canada. Platform – online knowledge hub to connect local, regional, provincial and national non-profit, government, and academic organizations and coalitions that focus on programs, services, policies, practices, and research aimed at supporting older Canadians to age in place in their homes and communities. Employment and Social Development Canada, Burnaby, BC, Canada

Leadership Council of Aging Organizations (LCAO) – coalition of 66 national nonprofit organizations concerned with the well-being of America’s older population, USA
Ramsey Alwin, President and CEO, National Council on Aging – NCOA, Chair of LCAO

Links to Media

Magazin Vzajemnost (Reciprocity)
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Jožica Dorniž, M.Sc., Editor in Chief

Academic for Life, University Affairs online Magazine
College and University Retiree Associations of Canada – CURAC Column
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Dr. Carole-Lynne Le Navenec, Column Editor

The Senior Magazine, Third Age Media Association
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dato Muslim Ayob, Editor

Senior Times Magazine, Ireland’s website for people who don’t act their age
Dublin, Ireland
Brian McCabe, Publisher

Healthy Aging® Magazine, USA
Carolyn E. Worthington, Publisher

Developing the Silver Economy and Related Government Resources for Seniors. Webinar Position Paper

In Person and Virtual Meeting
Time: Monday, September 19, 2022, 17.00 – 19:00 CEST
Location: Hall B, Chemistry Department, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Chair: Dr. Luigi Campanella, Professor Emeritus,

The network’s contribution to this year’s celebration of International Day of Older Persons on October 1.

Cross-border eCollaboration in Publishing the Guide on eServices for Seniors 55+ who Take Care of their Parents who are 75+, and Seniors' Digital Literacy

International  Virtual Conference
Time: Friday, 30 September 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. CET
Organizers: Health Community Center Slovenj Gradec and the City Municipality of Slovenj Gradec
in cooperation with the Professors Emeriti Network and the eSeniors 55+ Network

The conference is a contribution to this year’s celebration of International Day of Older Persons on October 1, 2022.

Video Record

pdf Kažipot Konferenca Slovenj Gradec 30.09.2022 Udeleženci

P r o g r a m

10:00 – 11:30 Online Panel (in English)
Cross-border eCollaboration for the eServices Provision for the Seniors 55+ and Seniors’ Digital Literacy

Panel Chair:
Dr. Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Secretary, eSeniors 55+ Network & Secretary, Professors Emeriti Network

Panel Members:

Dr. Luigi Campanella, Senior Professor, Department of Chemistry Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Past General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti – EAPE & General Secretary of Italian Committee of EAPE

Ana João Sepúlveda, Managing Partner
40+ Lab Lisbon, Portugal
President, Age Friendly Portugal Association & Ambassador, Aging 2.0 Network
Lecturer, European University Lisbon

Dr. Anna Grabowska, Head, Autodesk Academic Partner and Academy of Third Age
Founder, Distance Education Centre, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland
Founding Member, Association of Academic E-learning, Advisor, U3A Online,  Member, Steering Committee of U3A Communities

Dr. Susanna Rivinen, Post-doc Researcher
Media Education Hub, Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland
Project Manager, The Skillful Tutors of Adults’ and Aging Population’s Digital Competences to Lapland (OdigO) Project

Dr. Aleksandar Erceg, Associate Professor
Faculty of Economics, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia
International Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (ICES)

Each panel member will present (10 minutes) good practices in involving seniors in the eCollaboration (seniors centricity). The panelists will share ideas about possible cross-border eCollaboration and experience sharing. For example, the networks’ collaboration and websites linking, the components of the Silver Economy.

The panel is problem-based (We are not good enough at providing and using eServices needed by the seniors), and action-focused (What can we do together in the next 12 months?).

11:45 – 13:15 Panel (in Slovene)
Publishing of eServices for the Seniors 55+ Guide and Seniors’ Digital Literacy: Experiences and Recommendations

Panel Chair:
Marjeta Vaupot, MBA, Director
Health Community Center Slovenj Gradec, Slovenia
Coordinator, Central European Seniors eServices Guide 55+

The role of the municipality in providing a supportive environment for seniors
Martina Šisernik, Vice Mayor
City Municipality of Slovenj Gradec

The role of the school center in the digital literacy of seniors
Jasna Kolar, M.Sc., Coordinator of seniors training
Secondary School of Health, School Center Slovenj Gradec
An example of digital literacy for seniors 1 : 1
Živa Stojan, student and Elizabeta Skrlovnik, senior

The role of the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences in the field of seniors
Tina Vetter, M.Sc., Lecturer
Faculty of Health and Social Sciences Slovenj Gradec

The role of the library in the digital literacy of seniors
Dr. Manja Miklavc
The Carinthian Central Library Dr. Franc Sušnik, Ravne na Koroškem

The role of the library in the digital literacy of seniors
Dragica Ropič, Director
Library Ksaver Meško Slovenj Gradec

The role of the bank in the digital literacy of seniors
Mateja Lah Novosel, Coordinator, Committee for banking with the population
Bank’s Association of Slovenia
Editor-in-Chief, Bančni vestnik (Monthly journal for money and banking)

The conference will be online. Technology will be provided by Revolver, Advertising Agency d.o.o. Slovenj Gradec, Aljoša Zimic, Director, and Health Community Center Slovenj Gradec; Gabrijel Linasi, IT Manager,

Registration is required at

Čezmejno e-sodelovanje pri izdajanju Kažipota e-storitev za seniorje 55+, ki skrbijo za svoje starše, ki so 75+, in digitalno opismenjevanje seniorjev

Mednarodna konferenca na daljavo
Čas: Petek, 30. 09. 2022 od 10:00 do 13:15
Organizatorja: Zdravstveni dom  Slovenj Gradec in Mestna občina Slovenj Gradec
v sodelovanju z Omrežjem zaslužnih profesorjev in Omrežjem e-seniorjev

Konferenca je prispevek k letošnjemu proslavljanju 1. oktobra – Mednarodnega dne starejših oseb 2022 (International Day of Older Persons on October 1).

11:45 – 13:15 Panel (v slovenskem jeziku)
Izdajanje Kažipota e-storitev za seniorje 55+ in digitalno opismenjevanje seniorjev: izkušnje in priporočila

Vodja panela:
Marjeta Vaupot, mag. posl. ved, direktorica
Zdravstveni dom Slovenj Gradec
Koordinatorica, Kažipot e-storitev za seniorje 55+ Srednje Evrope

Člani panela:

Vloga občine pri zagotavljanju podpornega okolja za seniorje
Martina Šisernik, podžupanja
Mestna občina Slovenj Gradec

Vloga šolskega centra pri digitalnem opismenjevanju seniorjev
Mag. Jasna Kolar; koordnatorka izobraževanja e seniorjev
Šolski center Slovenj Gradec
Primer digitalnega opismenjevanja seniorjev 1:1
Živa Stojan, dijakinja in Elizabeta Skrlovnik, seniorka

Vloga fakultete za zdravstvene in socialne vede na področju seniorjev
Tina Vetter, M.Sc., predavateljica
Fakulteta za zdravstvene in socialne vede Slovenj Gradec

Vloga knjižnice pri digitalnem opismenjevanju seniorjev
Mag. Irena Oder, direktorica
Koroška osrednja knjižnica dr. Franca Sušnika
Članica, Svet občine Ravne na Koroškem

Vloga knjižnice pri digitalnem opismenjevanju seniorjev
Dragica Ropič, direktorica
Knjižnica Ksaverja Meška Slovenj Gradec

Vloga banke pri digitalnem opismenjevanju seniorjev
Mateja Lah Novosel, koordinatorica, Odbor za poslovanje s prebivalstvom
Združenje bank Slovenije
Urednica, Bančni vestnik

Konferenca bo na daljavo. Tehnologijo zagotavlja podjetje Revolver, oglaševalska agencija d.o.o. Slovenj Gradec, Aljoša Zimic, direktor,

Za udeležbo na konferenci v živo ali na daljavo je potrebna prijava na Prijavljeni bodo prejeli povezavo za vključitev v program.

Video posnetek

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Links to ePublications

AGE Platform Europe, Brussels, Belgium

McMaster Optimal Aging Portal. Your source for healthy aging information that you can trust. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

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A Year Later, Did Our ChatGPT Advice Get It Right? Lauren Coffey, Reporter. Inside Higher Ed, January 11, 2024.

Why retirees should be the CEO of their own health care. Remember that you have the right to ask questions and can disagree with a diagnosis. David Zitner. CURAC’s Academic for Life, University Affairs, Dec 14 2023.

Elon Musk plans to establish a STEM-focused primary and secondary school, with eventual expansion into a university offering high-level education. X News Daily, 13 Dec 2023.

Artificial Intelligence Act: deal on comprehensive rules for trustworthy AI. Press Releases. News, European Parliament, 09-12-2023.

High-Level Forum on the Silver Economy 2023. Aging for All Ages. Global Coalition on Aging, New York City, the United Nations & Virtual, December 6-7, 2023.
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Artificial Intelligence: Europe must start dreaming again. Niccolò Bianchini and Lorenzo Ancona. Policy Paper. Robert Schuman Foundation, Schuman Paper n°728, 28th November 2023.

Green, Digital and Competitive, An SME Agenda for the 21st Century. Policy Brief. 2023 Edition. Paul Hofheinz, Cristina Moise and David Osimo. Lisbon Council, Brussels, Belgium, 14.11.2023: 132.

AI Safety Summit. The Bletchley Declaration by Countries Attending the AI Safety Summit. Department for Science, Innovation & Technology, Gov.UK, 1-2 November 2023.

What is ChatGPT? Top Capabilities and Limitations You Must Know. Varun Samarth, Senior Content Contributor. Emeritus Blog, October 25, 2023.

2023 Active Aging Report: Comprehensive Insight Into Technology’s Impact On Social Determinants Of Health. GetSetUp, Oct 24, 2023.

Enterprises Get Ready – The Generative AI Revolution is Coming. Pramit Gupta, Product Manager, HCL DRYiCE Lucy. HCL Technologies Limited, October 16, 2023.

Demographic change in Europe: a toolbox for action. Communication from the Commission to The European Parliament, The Council, The European Economic and Social Committee and The Committee of the Regions. European Commission, Brussels, 11.10.2023: 26.

Design of a Collective Intelligence Platform for Facilitating the Silver Economy: An Exhaustive User-Centered Evaluation. ResearchGate, 5 Oct 2023: 36.

Commission gears up to confront the risks generative artificial intelligence poses to science. Goda Naujokaitytė, EU News Reporter. Science Business Publishing International SRL, Brussels, Belgium, 03 Oct 2023.

Top Home Care Innovations In Aged Care. 2023 Edition. Anastasia Ward, Dr Kate Barnett, Jennene Buckley, Natasha Edwards. Enkindle, Australia, 2023: 61.

Thailand’s silver economy: Trends and opportunities. Narain Chutijirawong and Tasada Sangmanacharoen, Clients & Markets, Deloitte Thailand. Bangkok Post, 07/09/2023.

Nicholas Bloom predicts a working-from-home Nike swoosh. Firms, employees and society will all benefit, reckons the Stanford economist. Dan Williams. The Economist, Aug 29th 2023.

Unleashing ChatGPT: Exploring the Transformative Potential on UK Employment. Sein Tin, Lecturer in Business. London School of Science & Technology, 23 August, 2023.

Generative AI and the future of work in America. Report. The McKinsey Global Institute, July 26, 2023: 76.

“Artificial Intelligence Will Destroy Truth”. Competing Views of the ChatGPT Revolution. Interview with Amitai and Oren Etzioni conducted by Alexander Demling. Spiegel International, 11.07.2023.

Putting ChatGPT’s Medical Advice to the (Turing) Test: Survey Study. Oded Nov, Nina Singh, Devin Mann, New York University. JMIR Medical Education, 10.7.2023.

Scanning the headlines for international perspectives on ChatGPT in schools: The Chat GPT six month anniversary edition Part 3. Dr. Thomas Hatch, Founder/Editor, Professor, Teachers College, Columbia University & Co-Director, National Center for Restructuring Education. International Education News, July 6, 2023.

Computer science in high school. Dr. Walter Gander, Professor Emeritus, Department of Computer Science, ETH Zurich, and Prof. Urs Hochstrasser, former Director, Federal Office for Education and Research. ETH Zurich, 4 Jul 2023.

ChatGPT in SAP Community for 2023 so far. Peter Baumann. SAP Community, July 2, 2023.

ChatGPT: A Promising Tool to Combat Social Isolation and Loneliness in Older Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment. Dr. Xiang Qi, Dr. Bei Wu, Rory Meyers College of Nursing, New York University, USA.  NeurologyLive, Jul 2, 2023.

Melinda French Gates says more women must join the AI race to help prevent bias. Interview. Catherine Thorbecke, Technology Reporter, CNN Business, June 29, 2023.

16th Global Conference on Ageing: Challenge – Transformation – Change.  International Federation on Ageing, 27th – 30th June 2023, Bangkok, Thailand.

Enabling a More Promising Future for Long-Term Care in Canada. Ashley Flanagan, Julie Dunning, Alyssa Brierly, Bonnie-Jeanne MacDonald & Samir K. Sinha. National Institute on Ageing, Ted Rogers School of Management, Toronto, Ontario, June 29, 2023: 132.

Absolutely Interdisciplinary 2023 ignites new conversations and insights on AI research. Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society, University of Toronto, Jun 29, 2023.

A Professor Encouraged Students to Use ChatGPT. OpenAI Asked Her What She Learned. Erik Ofgang. June 28, 2023.
See also Educator considerations for ChatGPT.

Training future leaders in artificial intelligence. Åshild Nylund. University of Bergen, 27.06.2023.

Ranking Industries by Their Potential for AI Automation. Marcus Lu. Visual Capitalist, June 27, 2023.

Changing the paradigm in health and care services: modern value chains using open innovation for the creation of new digital health solutions. Joana Carrilho, Diogo Videira, Cláudia Campos, Luis Midão, and Elísio Costa, University of Porto. Frontiers in Digital Health, ResearchGate, 26 June 2023.

Intelligent Environments for Longevity and Active Aging. The Role of Technology Solutions in Revolutionizing Healthcare. Filippo Palumbo. ResearchGate, June 26, 2023.

The economic potential of generative AI: The next productivity frontier. Report. Michael Chui & Company, June 14, 2023.

Are Older Workers Ready for an AI Takeover at Work? Dr. Sajia Ferdous, Visiting Academic, Institute on Ageing Population. Oxford Institute Of Population Ageing, 14 Jun 2023.

Pickled eggs: Generative AI as research assistant or co-author? Robert M. Davison, Sven Laumer, Monideepa Tarafdar, Louie H. M. Wong. Information Systems Journal, Wiley Online Library, June 13, 2023.

The Turing Transformation: Artificial intelligence, intelligence augmentation, and skill premiums. Ajay Agrawal, Joshua S. Gans, Avi Goldfarb, University of Toronto. Brookings Institution, June 12, 2023.

Beyond ChatGPT: Europe Needs to Act Now to Ensure Technological Sovereignty in Next-Generation AI. Call for Action Following the EU Parliament Meeting (25 May 2023). International Research Centre on Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI) under the auspices of UNESCO, June 12, 2023.

How Home Care Innovation Could Be the Economy’s Best Ally. Andrew Steinberg, CFO. Honor Technology, Inc, June 08, 2023.

Old is gold: Can ageing spark a surprise economic boom? Health, tech and saved wealth could turn an ageing workforce from an economic challenge into an advantage, say experts. Somesh Jha. Al Jazeera, 6 Jun 2023.

How these Utah professors are addressing ChatGPT in the classroom. Amid growing concerns about students using AI to cheat, some Utah professors see generative AI as an opportunity to enhance college education. Hannah McKinlay. DeseretNews, Jun 5, 2023.

Introducing the newly published Senior Services Guide (2023–2024): now available in English for the first time. City of Helsinki, 1.6.2023. Senior Services Guide 2023–2024, pp 80.

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Teaching and Learning. Miguel A. Cardona, Ed.D., Secretary, U.S. Department of Education; Roberto J. Rodríguez, Assistant Secretary, Office of Planning, Evaluation, and Policy Development; Kristina Ishmael, Deputy Director, Office of Educational Technology. U.S. Department of Education,  May 2023: 71.

The Future of AI and Older Adults. Conversations Built on Data. Laurie M. Orlov, Principal Analyst. Aging and Health Technology Watch, May 2023: 23.

AI Can Help You Ask Better Questions — and Solve Bigger Problems. Hal Gregersen, Senior Lecturer in Leadership and Innovation, MIT Sloan School of Management and Nicola Morini Bianzino, Global Chief Technology Officer, Ernst and Young. Harvard Business Review, Technology and Analytics, May 26, 2023.

The 2023 State of UserCentriCities. How Cities and Regions are Delivering Effective Services by Putting Citizens’ Needs at the Centre. Chrysoula Mitta, David Osimo, Anna Pizzamiglio and the UserCentriCities Community. UserCentriCities, May 25, 2023: 28.

A majority of Americans have heard of ChatGPT, but few have tried it themselves. Dr. Emily A. Vogels, Research Associate. Pew Research Center, May 24, 2023.

Society’s refusal to have enough babies is what will save it from the existential threat of A.I., Eric Schmidt says. Bytristan Bove, Fortune, May 24, 2023.

McMaster University retirees continue to give back to the university. Members of Canada’s longest-running university retiree association contribute to research, aging initiatives and planning. Susan Birnie & Helen Barton. Academic for life, University Affairs, Ottawa, Ontario, May 23 2023.

Exploring User Perspectives on ChatGPT: Applications, Perceptions, and Implications for AI-Integrated Education. Reza Hadi Mogavi, Pan Hui ResearchGate, May 22, 2023: 67.

Accelerating the integration of ChatGPT and other large-scale AI models into biomedical research and healthcare. Ding-Qiao Wang, Long-Yu Feng, Jin-Guo Ye, Jin-Gen Zou, Ying-Feng Zheng. Wiley Online Library, MedComm – Future Medicine,17 May 2023.

Surrey launches free online platform for seniors. Canadian Healthcare Technology, Thornhill, Ontario, May 17, 2023.

National Artificial Intelligence Research and Development Strategic Plan. 2023 Update. A Report by the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence of The National Science and Technology Council. Executive Office of the President of USA, 4 May 2023: 56.

Effective Public Library Services for Seniors. Dr. Audrey Barbakoff, Founder and CEO, Co/Lab Capacity, Infobase, May 4, 2023.

Cohesion and ageing society in the EU. Briefing. Enrico D’Ambrogio. European Parliamentary Research Service, 25-04-2023: 10.

ChatGPT in the Public Sector – overhyped or overlooked? Analysis and Research Team, Council of European Union, General Secretariat, 2023 24 April: 23.

How Australians are using ChatGPT and other generative AI in their everyday lives. James Purtill, Technology Reporter. Australian Broadcasting Corporation – ABC, Science Online, Sydney, 14 Apr 2023.

ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence in higher education. Quick start guide. Emma Sabzalieva and Arianna Valentini. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization – UNESCO, 14 Apr 2023: 15.

Generative AI Will Change Your Business. Here’s How to Adapt. David C. Edelman, Executive adviser and a senior lecturer, Harvard Business School, and Mark Abraham, Managing director and a senior partner, Boston Consulting Group. Harvard Business Review, Technology And Analytics, April 12, 2023.

A new era of generative AI for everyone. The technology underpinning ChatGPT will transform work and reinvent business. Paul Daugherty, Bhaskar Ghosh, Karthik Narain, Lan Guan, Jim Wilson. Accenture, 11 Apr 2023: 23.

Advantages Of Artificial Intelligence (AI) In 2023. Rashi Maheshwari, Editor. Forbes, Apr 11, 2023.

ChatGPT is going to change education, not destroy it. The narrative around cheating students doesn’t tell the whole story. Meet the teachers who think generative AI could actually make learning better. Will Douglas Heaven. MIT Technology Review, April 6, 2023.

Artificial Intelligence Index Report 2023. Stanford University. Jack Clark and Ray Perrault, Co-Directors. Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, 6 Apr 2023: 386.

Attitudes related to technology for active and healthy aging in a national multigenerational survey. J. Offerman, S. Fristedt, S. M. Schmidt, C. Lofqvist & S. Iwarsson. Natural Aging, 06 April 2023.

The Age of AI has begun. Artificial intelligence is as revolutionary as mobile phones and the Internet. Bill Gates. The Blog of Bill Gates, March 21, 2023.

More than 70 organisations call for a commissioner to ensure older voices are heard as population ages. AgeUK, 21 March 2023.

Understanding Older Adults’ Experiences With Technologies for Health Self-management: Interview Study. Elsy Paola Garcia Reyes, Ryan Kelly, George Buchanan, Jenny Waycott, University of Melbourne. JMIR Publications – Advancing Digital Health & Open Science, 21.3.2023.

The potential of silver economy. A definition with several success stories. Boris Cizelj. Meer, Economy & Politics, 20 March 2023.

Council Recommendation on the key enabling factors for successful digital education and training. Explanatory Memorandum. European Commission, 18.4.2023.

Impromptu: Amplifying Our Humanity Through AI. Reid Hoffman with GPT-4. Dallepedia LLC, March 15, 2023: 247.

Definitions of the Circular Economy – Circularity Matters. Figge, Frank and Thorpe, Andrea Stevenson and Gutberlet, Melissa. Ecological Economics, Vol. 208, 2023. Elsevier, March 14, 2023.

Opinion Paper: “So what if ChatGPT wrote it?” Multidisciplinary perspectives on opportunities, challenges and implications of generative conversational AI for research, practice and policy. International Journal of Information Management, Volume 71. Elsevier, Science Direct, March 11, 2023.

“Please Mind the Grey Digital Divide”: An Analysis of Digital Public Policies in Light of the Welfare State (Sweden and Greece) . Doctoral Dissertation. Örebro University, Sweden, 08 March 2023.

Learning Together for Responsible Artificial Intelligence. Report of the Public Awareness Working Group 2021-2022. Government of Canada, Innovation, Science and Economic Development, 3 Mar 2023: 79.

Trust in Artificial Intelligence: A Global Study. Gillespie, N., Lockey, S., Curtis, C., Pool, J., & Akbari, A. The University of Queensland and KPMG Australia. KPMG, 25 Feb 2023: 82.

Rise of the silver economy in India. Mohit Nirula. The Times of India, February 27, 2023.

Artificial Intelligence and Ten Societal Megatrends: An Exploratory Study Using GPT-3. Daniela Haluza and David Jungwirth, Medical University of Vienna. MDPI, 24 February 2023.

What if the devil is my guardian angel: ChatGPT as a case study of using chatbots in education. Ahmed Tlili, Boulus Shehata, Michael Agyemang Adarkwah, Aras Bozkurt, Daniel T. Hickey, Ronghuai Huang & Brighter Agyemang. Smart Learning Environments, SpringerOpen, 22 February 2023.

Are Irish companies missing a golden opportunity with the Silver Economy? Aisling ConwayLenihan, Helen McGuirk and Niamh Lenihan, Munster Technological University – MTU, Cork, Ireland. RTÉ, 21 Feb 2023.

Artificial Intelligence in Long-Term Care: Technological Promise, Aging Anxieties, and Sociotechnical Ageism. Barbara Barbosa Neves, Alan Petersen and Maho Omori. SAGE Publications, Journal of Applied Gerontology, 2023-02-17.

Your Complete Guide To 55-Plus Communities In 2023. Virginia Pelley. Forbes Health, Feb 16, 2023.

Open AI in Education, the Responsible and Ethical Use of ChatGPT Towards Lifelong Learning. Dr. David Mhlanga, Senior Researcher. University of Johannesburg. SSRN, Elsevier, 13 Feb 2023: 19.

ChatGPT for Seniors: The Basics Plus 30 Ways to Use it. David Goldstein. BoomerBuyerGuides, Henderson, Nevada. February 12, 2023.

80 Ways to Use ChatGPT in the Classroom: Using AI to Enhance Teaching and Learning. Stan Skrabut. February 10, 2023: 135.

Circular Economy in the ICT sector: Call for a more comprehensive European approach. Christel Heydemann, CEO Orange group. The European Files, 6 February 2023.

Towards digital healthy ageing: the case of Agatha and priorities moving forward. Maria Isabella Gariboldi, Mengji Chen, Yuxin Wei, Shan Xu, Gauden Galea, Siwon Lee. The Lancet Regional Health – Western Pacific, Volume 35, February 5, 2023.

ChatGPT and AI Text Generators: Should Academia Adapt or Resist? Yvette Mucharraz y Cano, Francesco Venuti, and Ricardo Herrera Martinez. Harvard Business Publications, Education, February 1, 2023.

The role of civil society in cultural heritage, digitalisation and the quality of rural life. David Beel and Claire Wallace. Manchester University Press, 31 Jan 2023.

Digital Education Strategy 2023–27. University of Oxford, 30 Jan 2023: 12.

Living Life to the Fullest. Action Plan for Successful Ageing. Ministry of Health, Singapore, 30 Jan 2023: 49.

ChatGPT is changing education, AI experts say — but how? Lukas Stock. Deutsche Welle (DW), Science, January 24, 2023.

The Paradigm of Circular Economy and an Effective Electronic Waste Management. Saidia Ali and Farid Shirazi, Toronto Metropolitan University. Sustainability, MDPI, Basel, January 20, 2023.

A Seniors Guide to Using the Internet Technology for Seniors. Amie Clark. TheSeniorsList, January 20, 2023.

Pact for senior citizens. Italian Government Presidency of the Council of Ministers, 19 January 2023.

Digital literacy, technological literacy, and internet literacy as predictors of attitude toward applying computer-supported education. Etem Yeşilyurt & Rabia Vezne, Educational Faculty, Akdeniz University, Konyaaltı/Antalya, Turkey. Education and Information Technologies, SpringerLink, 18 January 2023.

The impact of demographic change – in a changing environment. Commission Staff Working Document, European Commission, 17.1.2023: 19.

A Knowledge Map for ICT Integration in the Silver Economy. Sidra Azmat Butt, Emna A. Elhadjamor, Ingrid PappelIngrid, Enn Ounapuu, Dirk Draheim, Tallinn University of Technology. Procedia Computer Science. ResearchGate, January 13, 2023.

Japan confronts a stark reality: a nation of old people. Nearly every aspect of the country’s life is changing to adapt to the growing elderly population, from its public spaces to its social policies. Sarah Lubman. National Geographic, January 12, 2023.

ChatGPT AI in Education: What it is and How to Use it in the Classroom. Brent Anders. Independently published, January 9, 2023: 105.

The Digital Revolution and the Elderly – Dealing With The Digital Divide. The Israeli Case. Dr. Avi Bitchur, Head, Home Front Defense and Security Program and the Gerontology Studies Program, Beit Berl Academic College, Israel. Academos Conference, 8 Jan 2023.
Paper upload: Bitzur.DigitalRevolution.Abstract.docx

The Silver Economy Powers Economic Growth and Healthy Aging. Dr. Michael W. Hodin, CEO, Global Coalition on Aging, 29 December 2022.

International SEO: How to Optimize Your Website for Other Countries. Eli Schwartz, Growth Advisor and Consultant. HubSpot Marketing Blog, Cambridge, MA, USA, December 26, 2022.

Silver Age – Silver Economy. Luigi Campanella, Dept of Chemistry, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy. The Bulletin of the European Association of Professors Emeriti, 24.12.2022; 91-92.

White House Looks at Benefits to Lure Americans Back Into Workforce. Annie Linskey. The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 20, 2022.

Aging. Life process. Petra Simic. Britannica, Dec 15, 2022.

Entrepreneurial opportunities in the Silver Economy in rural regions. Interreg Europe, 12 December 2022.

Why we should not use the phrase “the elderly:” Dr. Brian Findsen, Emeritus Professor (Adult Education). University of Waikato Hamilton, New Zealand. ACAP November/December 2022 Bulletin, 11.12.2022.

How OpenAI and ChatGPT Could Transform Senior Living. Senior Living Innovation Forum, December 6, 2022.

Circular economy: definition, importance and benefits. News. European Parliament, 05-12-2022.

Leaving no one behind: Experiences in digital inclusion from Europe. International Social Security Association – ISSA, Geneva, Switzerland, 28 November 2022.

Internet use and health status among older adults: The mediating role of social participation. Bin Hou, Yumei Li and Haixia Wang. Frontiers, Public Health, 25 November 2022.

Staying in touch after retirement. Academic retirees should find the “optimal leisure lifestyle” that works for them. Robert Stebbins, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, University of Calgary. University Affairs, Nov 24 2022.

Cyber Seniors Program 2022. Rebecah Burrage, Recreation Coordinator. The Cridge Centre for the Family, Victoria, B.C. Canada, 22/11/2022.

Digitalisation of services: ensuring equal access to all, including older people of today and tomorrow. Julia Wadoux, Policy Manager on Healthy Ageing and Accessibility. AGE Platform Europe, Brussels, Belgium, 14 November 2022.

Living longer in better health: Six shifts needed for healthy aging. Martin Dewhurst, Katherine Linzer, Madeline Maud, Christoph Sandler. McKinsey Health Institute, November 11, 2022.

The Global Coalition on Aging, the world’s leading business voice on aging. Second High-Level Silver Economy Forum. World Economic Forum in New York City, Dublin, Geneva, and Virtual, November 8-9, 2022.

Internet basics: A complete guide for older adults. Taylor Gadsden. Allconnect, Fort Mill, South Carolina, Nov 7, 2022.

Left in isolation: how the online revolution failed our elderly people. Shane Hickey. The Observer, The Guardian, 31 Oct 2022.

What’s the silver economy and who’s it for? Santander, Madrid, Spain, 31/10/2022.

Entering the next chapter: the value of university retiree associations. Members benefit from social and intellectual engagement as well as important information to guide a successful retirement. Dr. Fred Fletcher, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Communications Studies, York University, Toronto & Chairperson, Communications Committee, College and University Retiree Associations of Canada – CURAC. Academic for Life, University Affairs (UA) online Magazine, OCT 27 2022.

Digital Literacy in 2023. Avast Academy Team, October 21, 2022.

1st Silver Economy Summit in Chile. Paulina Pozo Mardones, Executive Director, SeniorLab, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. FIAP – International Federation of Pension Funds. October 19-20, 2022.;;

European Week of Active and Healthy Ageing 2022. Third Edition. Silver Economy & HealthTech, Part of Active and Healthy Living in the Digital World. European Commission. Gdansk, Poland, 18-20 October 2022.

Shining a Light on Digital Divide for Seniors. Deficits in technological skills and internet access has left millions of American seniors struggling to navigate the digital world. Larry Buhl. Capital & Main, Los Angeles, October 17, 2022.

LeadingAge 2022: Digital Transformation Is an Ongoing Process in Senior Care. Automation and integration can change how senior care organizations deliver services. Jordan Scott, web editor for HealthTech. HealthTech, Vernon Hills, IL, USA, October 17, 2022.

Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council on a European Year of Skills 2023. Proposal. European Commission, 12.10.2022: 36.

Aging society challenges. The issues facing the elderly citizens. Boris Cizelj. Economy and Politics, 5 October 2022.

AI ageism: a critical roadmap for studying age discrimination and exclusion in digitalized societies. Justyna Stypinska, Springer Link, 03 October 2022.

Yuval Noah Harari: The Most Important Skills for the Future of Work. Jennifer Tucker. Oslo Business Forum, 25-09-2022.
Yuval Noah Harari: AI and the future of humanity. Frontiers Forum, Youtube, 27 April 2023.

Launch of the Healthy Ageing Collaborative: Working together to improve the lives of older people their families and communities. Alana Officer, Unit Head, Demographic Change and Healthy Ageing. World Health Organization, 22 September 2022.

Developing the Silver Economy and Related Government Resources for Seniors. Zoom Meeting, Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy. Sapienza University of Rome, Italy, September 19, 2022.
Silver Economy Forum 4th edition. Longevity revolution. Silver Economy Forum Italy. Palazzo del Principe, Genoa, Italy, 14-15-16 September 2022.

SilverEco and Ageing Well International Festival. Palais des Festivals de Cannes,  South of France, 12/13 September 2022.

Seniors for Circular Economy (SEN4CE). Erasmus+ project. Graz, Austria, 6th and 7th September 2022.

Ageing as a driver of progressive politics? What the European Silver Economy teaches us about the co-constitution of ageing and innovation. Dr. Benjamin Lipp, Scientific Assistant, Science Studies and Innovation Research, University of Hamburg, and Alexander Peine, Assistant Professor, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University. Cambridge University Press, 05 September 2022.

Making the circular economy digital or the digital economy circular? Empirical evidence from the European region. Nguyen Thi Hong Nhama, Le Thanh Ha. Elsevier, Technology in Society, Volume 70, August 2022.

Building Digital Literacy Among Older Adults: Best Practices. Emily Mullins, MPH, Social Connectedness Fellow 2022. Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 2022: 40.

There’s No Longer A “Normal” Retirement – And That’s a Good Thing. Michael Hodin. Global Coalition on Aging, Aug 29 2022.

How America’s ageism hurts, shortens lives of elderly. Dr. Becca Levy, Associate Professor of Public Health, Yale Institute for Global Health. Harvard University, August 10, 2022.

Senior living’s secret sauce: adaptability. John O’Connor, Editorial Director. McKnights Senior Living, July 28, 2022.

SENIOR ECO-NECT Horizon Europe’s project officially kicked-off. Objective: to prepare a joint action plan to support the emergence and the development of European #ecosystems dedicated to silver and ageing economy. ECHAlliance, 27th July 2022.
Senior Eco-Nect. Munster Technological University – Hincks Centre for Entrepreneurship Excellence, Cork, Ireland.

New Pact for Skills partnership to boost digital skills. European Commission, Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs, 18 July 2022.

Rethinking silver: Lessons from Japan’s age-ready cities. Dr. Juergen Voegele, Vice President for Sustainable Development, World Bank. World Bank Blogs, July 15, 2022.

Stage (Not Age): How to Understand and Serve People Over 60 – the Fastest Growing, Most Dynamic Market in the World. Dr. Susan Wilner Golden, Director, dciX Stanford Distinguished Careers Institute and Adjunct Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business. Harvard Business Review Press, June 2022.
Author Talks: Older, wiser, and not going anywhere. Interview. Raju Narisetti, Leader, McKinsey Global Publishing, McKinsey&Company, July 14, 2022.

Recognize reality of a rapidly ageing Asia-Pacific region and revitalize the role of older persons in society, urges UN forum. Press Release. UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific – ESCAP, Bangkok, 01 Jul 2022.

From dual digitalization to digital learning space: Exploring the digital transformation of higher education. Bendik Bygstad, Egil Øvrelid, Sten Ludvigsen, Morten Dæhlen, University of Oslo. Computers & Education, Volume 182. Elsevier, Science Direct, June 2022.

Age-Friendly University Report. University of the Fraser Valley, Abbotsford, BC, Canada, June 2022: 14.

In a society of longevity, seniors are more than a “silver economy”. Anne-Marie Guillemard, Professor Emerita of Sociology, Université de Paris-Cité. Interview by Richard Robert, Polytechnique Insights, Paris, June 29th, 2022.

New perspectives on territorial disparities. From lonely places to places of opportunities. Editors: Proietti Paola; Sulis Patrizia; Perpiña Castillo Carolina; Lavalle Carlo. European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Ispra (VA) –Italy, 23 June 2022: 176.

Mature and Older Adults’ Perception of Active Ageing and the Need for Supporting Services: Insights from a Qualitative Study. Valentina Barbaccia, Laura Bravi, Federica Murmura, Elisabetta Savelli and Elena Viganò. Department of Economics, Society, Politics, University of Urbino Carlo Bo. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. MDPI, 23 June 2022.

2022 Rome Ministerial Declaration: “A Sustainable World for All Ages: Joining Forces for Solidarity and Equal Opportunities Throughout Life”. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Information Unit, Rome, 17 June 2022: 9.
Rome Ministerial Conference on Ageing closes with commitment to policy action for solidarity and equal opportunities throughout life. The 5th UNECE Ministerial Conference on Ageing in Rome, 17 June 2022.

Including the elderly in our digital society. Dr. Ulli Samuelsson, Assistant Professor & Associate Dean, Education, School of Education and Communication and Sofi Fristedt, Associate Professor & Director, Jönköping Academy, School of Health and Welfare. Jönköping University, Sweden, 2022-06-09.

Minister Khera announces launch of Age Well at Home initiative. Government of Canada, June 8, 2022.

It’s Time to Throw Out Stereotypes on Aging. ​The National Geographic and AARP exclusive study shows that older Americans are redefining their health, defying challenges and living with purpose. Sari Harrar, Reporter and Contributing Editor. AARP. June 6, 2022.
Life is Good, Especially for Older Americans. AARP Second Half of Life Study: In collaboration with National Geographic Partners. Vicki Levy, Senior Research Advisor & Patty David, Director Consumer Insights, AARP Research, June 2022.

Parliamentary secretary’s statement on BC Seniors’ Week. Mable Elmore, Parliamentary Secretary for Seniors’ Services and Long-Term Care. Province of British Columbia, Canada, 6 Jun 2022.
BC Seniors’ Guide, 12th Edition. Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Health, August 12, 2021: 178.

Longevity And Aging Should Be Part Of Every Companies’ People Strategy Says Organizational Expert. Akin Adesokan. Chronicles Live, Jul 17, 2022.

ICT4 Elderly Handbook – A toolkit that helps trainers and students working on digital skills for the elderly. Matteo Mirigliano. Digital Skills and Jobs Platform, WikiBooks, 17 June 2022.

Senior Emiratis. This page provides information about how senior Emiratis are protected and empowered through services and facilities in the areas of pensions, health, transportation, and more. The United Arab Emirates’ Government portal, 14 Jun 2022.

Digital literacy: Libraries support all age groups to become digital literate. Barbara Schleihagen, Federal Executive Director, German Library Association. NAPLE Forum – National Authorities on Public Libraries in Europe, 3 June 2022.

Multisector, All-of-Society Transformation Needed to Ensure Aging Societies Worldwide Are Poised to Thrive by 2050. Report. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, June 3, 2022.

The Ombudsman for the Elderly promotes age-related decision-making. Dr. Päivi Topo, Finland’s first Ombudsman for the Elderly, Adjunct Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Helsinki and Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Social Gerontology, University of Jyväskylä. European Network of Green Seniors, Brussels, 2. June 2022.

The Digital Era? Also my Era! Media and information literacy: a key to ensure seniors’ rights to participate in the digital era. Dr. An Hermans, Professor Emerita, KU Leuven, Belgium & President of the European Seniors’ Union (ESU). May 2022: 44.

Manifesto. European Network of Green Seniors, Brussels.

A Digital Collaborative Platform for the Silver Economy: Functionalities Required by Stakeholders in a Multinational Baltic Sea Region Project. By Sidra Azmat Butt, Shweta Suran, Robert Krimmer, Michael Smærup, Dirk Draheim. TechRxiv, 28.05.2022: 40.

A 2022 List of Websites Dedicated to Seniors. Jeff Hoyt, Editor in Chief., May 24, 2022.

The Retirement Life Cycle: Go-Go, Slow-Go, & No-Go Years. Oak Harvest Financial Group, May 24, 2022.

The Silver Economy: A look at the economic potential of aging in a digital accessible world. Ludmila Cane. Rootstrap, May 20, 2022.

Digital Technologies Can Help Older Persons Maintain Healthy, Productive Lives. Roxana Widmer-Iliescu, Senior Coordinator (Digital Inclusion), ITU-D, Focal Point for ICT Accessibility, Older Persons, and Indigenous People, International Telecommunication Union. UN Chronicle, 17 May 2022.

A Seniors Guide to Using the Internet. Amie Clark, Co-Founder and Senior Editor. TheSeniorsList, Clackamas, Oregon, USA, May 17, 2022.

Library ICTs for seniors and healthy ageing. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions – IFLA, The Hague, Netherlands, May 17, 2022.

When Trust Takes Away from Effective Collaboration. By Per Hugander. Harvard Business Review, Collaboration And Teams, May 09, 2022.

Is ‘elderly’ offensive? Age UK North Tyneside, 06 May 2022.

The Impacts of Digital Technologies on Successful Aging in Non-Work and Work Domains: An Organizing Taxonomy. Nan Sheng, Yanran Fang, Yiduo Shao, Valeria Alterman, Mo Wang. Oxford Academic, Work, Aging and Retirement, Volume 8, Issue 2, 4 May 2022.

Are collaborative challenges barriers to working together? – a multi-level multi-case network analysis. Huishan Yang, PhD candidate, Virginia Tech & Robin H. LeMaire, Associate Professor,  Department of Public Administration, Louisiana State University. Taylor Francis Online, 04 May 2022.

Bridging Connectivity Issues in Digital Access and Literacy: Reflections on Empowering Vulnerable Older Adults in Singapore. Haikel A Lim et al. Department of Psychiatry, National Healthcare Group, Singapore, Singapore. JMIR Aging (Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Apr-Jun), 3.5.2022.

A Proclamation on Older Americans Month, 2022. Presidential Actions. Joseph R. Biden Jr., President of the United States of America. The White House, April 29, 2022.

Next Age – Europe’s first accelerator targeting the Silver Economy. Julia Gifford. Techeu, London, England, 29 April 2022.

Helping older people make the most of the internet. AgeUK, 28 Apr 2022.

New Government plan helps support older workers. Minister for Social Development and Employment Carmel Sepuloni and Minister for Seniors Dr Ayesha Verrall. New Zealand Government, 27 April 2022.

Elderly Forgotten? Digital Exclusion in the Information Age and the Rising Grey Digital Divide. Farooq Mubarak and Reima Suomi, Information Systems Science, University of Turku, Finland. Sage Publications, April 26, 2022.

Network Topology: 6 Network Topologies Explained & Compared. Advantages and disadvantages. Tim Keary, Network Administration Expert. Comparitech, April 27, 2022.

The Introduction of the Special Issue: Asian Perspectives on Active Aging: Meaning, Purpose and Hope. Editorial. Kalyani K. Mehta, Singapore University of Social Sciences and Leng Leng Thang, National University of Singapore. MDPI, Social Sciences, 26 April 2022.

Finnish Association for the Welfare of Older People creates a nationwide helpdesk to promote the digital skills and digital inclusion of seniors. DNA, telecommunications company, Finland, 20.4.2022.

The Role of Service Design in Increasing Regional Innovation in the Silver Economy. Regina Erlenheim & Ingrid Pappel. Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia. Springer, Conference paper, International Conference on Electronic Governance and Open Society: Challenges in Eurasia, 14 April 2022.

Most older adults want to ‘age in place’ but many haven’t taken steps to help them do so. By: Kara Gavin. National Poll on Healthy Aging, Michigan News, University of Michigan, 13 April 2022.

Breaking the Age Code: How Your Beliefs About Aging Determine How Long and Well You Live.  Dr. Becca Levy, Professor, Yale University. HarperCollins Publishers, April 12, 2022: 304.

The ageing population, another shock to the global system. TrendsFormative, 11/04/2022.

Interlinking Silver Economy Websites and Portals. Global Network of Associations & Networks: Retirees Developing Silver Economy, April 8, 2022.

Central European Seniors 55+ eServices Guide. For the adult children 55+ taking care of parents 75+.

Reviewing the Benefits of Aging Populations: Care Activities Provided by the Older People as a Commons. Dr. Iñigo Calvo-Sotomayor, Department of Management and Dr. Ekhi Atutxa, Department of Finance and Economics, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain. 07 April 2022.

The Contribution from a Network of the Associations to the Development of a Silver Economy. Dr. Luigi Campanella, Professor Emeritus, Sapienza University of Rome & General Secretary, European Association of Professors Emeriti. Zoom Meeting, Professors Emeriti Network, 06.04.2022.

Why We Need to Rethink the ‘Technical’ Circular Economy. A circular economy fit for the 21st-century. Laxmi Haigh, Marc de Wit, Max Russell, Matthew Fraser, Ilektra Kouloumpi, Blake Robinson. Circle Economy, Think Tank, Amsterdam, April 5, 2022.

Silver Hues: Building Age-Ready Cities. Maitreyi Bordia Das, Yuko Arai, Terri B. Chapman, Vibhu Jain. World Bank, Washington DC, April 5, 2022; 87.

Seniors Strategy 2022–2032. City of Richmond, Seniors Planning and Strategy Development, British Columbia, Canada, 05 April 2022: 13.

How Big Is the Internet? Beatričė Raščiūtė, Technical Content Writer. Internet Protocol Exchange Organization – IPXO Marketplace. 4 April 2022.

Interactions Between EIP on AHA Reference Sites and Action Groups to Foster Digital Innovation of Health and Care in European Regions. Authors Illario M, De Luca V, Onorato G, Tramontano G, Carriazo AM, Roller-Wirnsberger RE, Apostolo J, Eklund P, Goswami N, Iaccarino G, Triassi M, Farrell J, Bousquet J. Clinical Interventions in Aging, Volume 2022:17. Dovepress, 2 April 2022: 343—358.

Minister Khera and Minister Duclos announce the appointment of a new member to the National Seniors Council. Government of Canada, April 1, 2022.

McKinsey launches new health initiative aiming to add “years to life and life to years”. Interview with Tom Latkovic, Martin Dewhurst, Erica Coe. McKinsey Insights, April 1, 2022.

Local Government’s role in promoting active ageing and wellbeing amongst residents: Keynote address. Hon Dr Kay Patterson, Age Discrimination Commissioner. The Australian Human Rights Commission, Sydney, 31 March 2022.

Adding years to life and life to years. At least six years of higher-quality life for everyone is within reach. March 29 2022.

Governance of Interorganizational Project Networks. Müller, R., Alonderienė, R., Chmieliauskas, A., Drouin, N., Ke, Y., Minelgaite, I., Mongeon, M., Šimkonis, S., Unterhitzenberger, C., Vaagaasar, A. L., Wang, L., Zhu, F., & Pilkiene, M. Governance of Interorganizational Project Networks. PMI – Project Management Institute, Inc. Sponsored Research, 23 March 2022.

Age Friendly Ithaca and Tompkins County Action Plan 2022. Tompkins County Age Friendly Center for Excellence, USA, March 23, 2022: 29.

Demographic developments: current reality and future opportunities. By Juan Fernández Palacios. International Centre on Aging. March 17, 2022.

Queensland seniors set to connect in 2022. Minister for Seniors and Disability Services and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, The Honourable Craig Crawford. Queensland Government, Australia, 15 March, 2022.

How research management needs to respond to the international partnership challenge. William Mitchell, Louise Heery and Yolanda Davids. UK Collaborative on Development Research, 9 March 2022.

Researchers at 28 UK universities team up to tackle healthy ageing. UK Aging Network – UKAN, UK Research and Innovation, 9 March 2022.

Silver Economy: Putting seniors at the heart of society. Bordeaux Business, 8 March 2022.

Why ‘user-centric design’ needs to include older users. Chris Ward, Innovation Lead.  UKRI’s Healthy Ageing Challenge, 2 Mar 2022.

Age-inclusive language: Are you using it in your writing and everyday speech? Morgan Van Vleck, MSW candidate, Brown School and Center for Aging Graduate Research Fellow. Harvey A. Friedman Center for Aging, Washington University in St. Louis, February 28, 2022.

Active ageing policies in Italy. Report on the state of the art. Department for Family Policies, Government of Italy & National Institute for the Care of the Elderly (INRCA), IRCCS, February 2022: 95.

On the Challenges of Interdisciplinary Collaboration. By Tracy Dennison, Professor of Social Science History, California Institute of Technology. Broadstreet, February 28, 2022.

Digitization of Aging-in-Place: An International Comparison of the Value-Framing of New Technologies. By Barbara L. Marshall, Nicole K. Dalmer, Stephen Katz, Eugene Loos, Daniel López Gómez and Alexander Peine. MDPI, 25 February 2022.

What Do We Know About Healthy Aging? National Institute on Aging (NIA), February 23, 2022.

Co-designing a Future of Healthy-Ageing & Well-Being at Sunway City. Sunway University, Malaysia, Feb 23, 2022.

Professor Emeritus: A “Neglected” Mentor on University Campuses. Dr. Sandra Hirst and Dr. Carole-Lynne LeNavenec, University of Calgary. Vol. 5 (2022): Papers on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching, 2022-02-22: pp 8.

Serving beyond retirement. By Wong Zhi Yong, medical student, University Malaya. The Star Online, Education, Malaysia, 20 Feb 2022.

Set up a ministry just for senior citizens, says group. Malaysian Coalition on Ageing. Free Malaysia Today, February 19, 2022.

Collaboration challenge for 2022 – be intentional, transparent, and creative. By Stephanie Spangler, Associate General Counsel, internal functions and client-serving teams on data risk and data management issues. McKinsey & Company, February 16, 2022.

New Library Program Keeps Seniors Connected In Digital Age. The Hon Daniel Andrews. Premier of Victoria, Australia, 14 February 2023.

Baltic Sea Region Joint Action Plan for Capitalization of Silver Economy Opportunities. Report. Interreg BSR OSIRIS. By Hanna Takala.  – Riihimäki Business Development Co., Turku, Finland, February 14, 2022: 49.

The Top 10 Reasons Why Networking Is Still Important In 2022. James Miller, Founder Network After Work. LinkedIn, February 11, 2022.

Why collaboration is key to scientific discovery. Dr. Alessandro Curioni, Vice President Europe and Africa & Director, IBM Research Europe. World Economic Forum, 11 Feb 2022.

The Past, Present and Future Direction of Government-Supported Active Aging Initiatives in Japan: A Work in Progress. Dr. Someya, Yoshiko, Health & Medicine Paradigm Shift Consortium (HMPSC), Tokyo and Dr. Cullen T. Hayashida, Department of Sociology, University of Hawaii. MDPI, Social Sciences 11: 65, 9 February 2022: 18.

Knowledge-driven actions: Transforming higher education for global sustainability. Independent Expert Group on the Universities and the 2030 Agenda. DAVIES et al. Paris, UNESCO, 9 February 2022: 101.

User-centricity, interoperability and citizens’ data sovereignty: the foundations of cross-border digital public services. Policy Brief. Nathan Carvalho, Grace Milne and David Osimo, The Lisbon Council. European Commission, ACROSS, February 9, 2022: 21.

Ensuring artificial intelligence (AI) technologies for health benefit older people. Dr Vânia de la Fuente-Núñez, Technical Officer. World Health Organization, 9 February 2022.

ChatGPT and AI Text Generators: Should Academia Adapt or Resist? Yvette Mucharraz y Cano, Francesco Venuti, and Ricardo Herrera Martinez. Harvard Business Publications, Education, February 1, 2023.

Governance networks that strengthen older adults’ digital inclusion: The challenges of metagovernance. Roksolana Suchowerska, Anthony McCosker, Swinburne University of Technology. Government Information Quarterly, Volume 39, Issue 1. Elsevier, ScienceDirect, January 2022.

Contributions of university activities to active aging: grounded theory. Flávia Maria Derhun, Giovana Aparecida de Souza Scolari, Leidyani Karina Rissardo, Maria Aparecida Salci, Montserrat Puig Llobet, Lígia Carreira. National Library of Medicine, 2022 Jan 31.

Remove barriers to university cooperation, urges EUA. Nic Mitchell, University World News, 31 January 2022.

How the Responsibility of Digital Support for Older People is Allocated? The Swedish Welfare System at the Crossroads. Sofia Alexopoulou, doctoral student and Joachim Åström, Professor, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences, Örebro University. Research on Aging and Social Policy, January 30th, 2022.

The role of age and digital competence on the use of online health and social care services: A cross-sectional population-based survey. T Heponiemi, A-M Kaihlanen, A Kouvonen et al. Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, Helsinki. SAGE Publications, January 28, 2022.

National Report: Implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing and its Regional Implementation Strategy. Government of Canada,  Employment and Social Development Canada, 2022-01-27: 64.

Libraries for a Fair Digital Environment: trends, plans and engagement opportunities in 2022. International Federation of Libraries Associations and Institutions – IFLA, The Hague (Den Haag), Netherlands, 17 January 2022.

Affluent seniors fuel India’s silver economy. K. Sunil Thomas. The Week Magazine, January 16, 2022.

A Multidisciplinary Approach to Capability in Age and Ageing. Editors: Hanna Falk Erhag, Ulrika Lagerlöf Nilsson, Therese Rydberg Sterner, Ingmar Skoog. Springer, 15 Jan 2022: 252.

Developing indicators of age-friendly neighbourhood environments for urban and rural communities across 20 low-, middle-, and high-income countries. Emily J. Rugel, Clara K. Chow, Daniel J. Corsi, Perry Hystad, Sumathy Rangarajan, Salim Yusuf & Scott A. Lear. BMC Public Health, Part of Springer Nature, 13 January 2022.

Reassessing the Role of the Elderly in Korea’s Digital Economy. Yong Kwon, Korea View, OKei, January 13, 2022.

Overcoming Challenges in the Silver Economy by Connecting Services in the Silver Hub: The tool to provide the basis for the Innovative Solutions. Taivo Kangilaski, Sidra Azmat Butt, Ingrid Pappel, Erik Kangilaski. ACM Digital Library, 12 January 2022.

Addressing the Senior Digital Divide: Evaluating the Technology, Access and Support for Seniors (TASS) Project. A Community‐Academic Partnership. Noor Din, CEO, Human Endeavour & Lois Kamenitz, PhD, York Centre for Asian Research; Larry Lam, Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology; Nancy Mandell, Professor, Department of Sociology; Ben Zhang, BA, Department of Sociology, York University. Human Endeavour, Jan 12, 2022: 44.

The AgeTech Revolution: A Book about the Intersection of Aging and Technology. Keren Etkin, Author. January 11, 2022.

How Older Adults Learn ICT—Guided and Self-Regulated Learning in Individuals With and Without Disabilities. Dr. Anna Schlomann, Christiane Even and Torsten Hammann, Network Aging Research, Heidelberg University, German. Frontiers in Computer Science, 10 January 2022.

If we’re all so busy, why isn’t anything getting done? Aaron De Smet, Caitlin Hewes, Mengwei Luo, J.R. Maxwell, Patrick Simon. McKinsey Insights, January 10, 2022.

Am I a Senior Citizen? Age, Terminology, and What “Old” Really Means. GreatSeniorLiving, January 10, 2022.

France’s EU presidency must back silver economy. Michael W Hodin, Chief Executive, Global Coalition on Ageing. Financial Times, January 5 2022.

The role of age and digital competence on the use of online health and social care services: A cross-sectional population-based survey. T Heponiemi, A-M Kaihlanen, A Kouvonen, L Leemann, S Taipale and K Gluschkoff, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, Helsinki. SAGE, Digital Publications, 3 January 2022: 10.

Ageing in a digital world – from vulnerable to valuable. Ana María Carrillo, COO and founder, HearColors; Roxana Widmer-Iliescu, Senior Coordinator (Digital Inclusion) and ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) Focal Point for ICT Accessibility and Older Persons; Sylvia Poll, Head, ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau’s (BDT) Digital Society Division. International Telecommunication Union, Development Sector, Geneva, Switzerland, 2021: 52.

“Care is what you miss from the organization”: Experiences of pre-and post-retirement academic staff at Maastricht University. Aagje Swinnen, Hadewych Honné, Ilya Malafei, Mara Stieber. ResearchGate, December 2021: 55.

National Report: Implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing and its Regional Implementation Strategy. Government of Canada, December 2021: 64.

The longevity economy. Dr. Andrew J Scott, Professor of Economics, London Business School, United Kingdom. Lancet Healthy Longev, Vol 2, December 2021.

Silver economy. Lorenzo Biasio, Senior Equity Analyst, Healthcare. Credit Suisse, 2021.

Minister of Seniors Mandate Letter. Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, P.C., M.P., Prime Minister of Canada, December 16, 2021.

AARP’s Searching the World for Better Ways to Age. New collaborative supports long-life innovations. By Jo Ann Jenkins, CEO, AARP, January 11, 2022. The Aging Readiness & Competitiveness Report – Third Edition. Driving Innovation in Healthcare and Wellness, October 2021: 73.

Silver Economy Market: a real highway. Bordeaux Business, 2021.

Small enterprises and the silver economy. Aisling Conway Lenihan & Helen McGuirk, Management and Enterprise, Munster Technological University, Cork, Ireland. Small Enterprise Research, Informa UK Limited, Taylor & Francis Group, 07 Mar 2022: 6.

An appeal for the establishment of ministries for seniors in all countries of the European Union. By DE SANTO, Natale Gaspare, GRIČAR, Jože, EHRICH, Jochen.  The Bulletin of the European association of professors emeriti. 2022, vol. 3, iss. 1, p. 10-12.

Senior Talent Map 2021, A GPS for the Silver Economy. Ángel Martos. Fundación MAPFRE, Madrid, February, 2022.

Serving beyond retirement. By Wong Zhi Yong, medical student, University Malaya. The Star Online, Education, Malaysia, 20 Feb 2022.

Remove barriers to university cooperation, urges EUA. Nic Mitchell, University World News, 31 January 2022.

The longevity economy. Dr. Andrew J Scott, Professor of Economics, Centre for Economic Policy Research, Consulting Scholar, Stanford University’s Center on Longevity. Science Direct, The Lancet Healthy Longevity. Volume 2, Issue 12, December 2021: pp e828-e835.

The Silver Economy in European Cities. Carolina Foglia, Maria Laura Parisi, Nicola Pontarollo, University of Brescia, Italy. December 2021.

Response of the Republic of Slovenia to Population Aging. Aleš Kenda, Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Republic of Slovenia. American Association of Retired Persons, AARP International, Dec 01, 2021.

Response of the Republic of Slovenia to Population Aging. Aleš Kenda, Secretary, Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities, Republic of Slovenia. American Association of Retired Persons, AARP International, Dec 01, 2021.

Is Government Doing Enough to Enable an Inclusive Aging Digital Society? Niels van der Linden, Vice President, Public Sector, EU. Capgemini, 15 Dec 2021.

The Influence of Interorganizational Collaboration on Logic Conciliation and Tensions Within Hybrid Organizations: Insights from Social Enterprise–Corporate Collaborations. Claudia Savarese, Benjamin Huybrechts, Marek Hudon. Journal of Business Ethics 173(3). ResearchGate, November 2021.

Team collaboration in 2022: Why it’s important and 4 ways to improve it. Reilly Nolan. Webex Blog, Nov 17, 2021.

Finding the ‘silver economy’: Singapore firms build new products, services for greying population. Tang See Kit, CAN, English language Asian news network, Mediacorp, Singapore, 01 Nov 2021.

Report for Italy for the Fourth Review and Appraisal Cycle of the Implementation of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing and its Regional Implementation Strategy (MIPAA/RIS) 2018-2022. Maria Luisa Aversa, Pietro Checcucci, Luisa D’Agostino, Roberta Fefè, Valeria Iadevaia, Alessia Romito. Istituto nazionale per l’analisi delle politiche pubbliche, Roma, Italia (INAPP), October 2021: 76.

A Knowledge Map for ICT Integration in the Silver Economy. Sidra A. Butta, Emna A. Elhadjamorb, Ingrid Pappela, Enn Õunapuua, Dirk Draheima. Procedia Computer Science 181 (2021) 693–701.

How Japan keeps its elderly employed and active. Julian Ryall, Tokyo. Deutsche Welle (DW), 15.10.2021.

Age friendly Wales: our strategy for an ageing society. What we will do to use the potential of today’s older people and support our ageing society. Welsh Government, 7 October 2021: 60.

The Silver Economy: When Seniors Ensure Growth. By Thomas Chavet, Investment Specialist. CPR AM, Paris, France, 07 October 2021.

Addressing an Aging Population through Digital Transformation in the Western Hemisphere. By Daniel F. Runde, Senior Vice President, Center for Strategic and International Studies, McLean, Virginia, United States, September 27, 2021.

The silver economy in Poland. SHARE 50+ Survey in Europe. Magdalena Święcicka. The Magazine of SGH Warsaw School of Economics, 13.09.2021.

Networking. By Julia Kagan. Investopedia. September 10, 2021.

Toward temporally complex collaboration in an interorganizational research network. Sirkka L Jarvenpaa, University of Texas at Austin and Liisa Välikangas, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki. SAGE Journals, Strategic Organization, September 6, 2021.

Silver economy & technology. Andrea Ruggiero, Tullio Fatigati, Department of Economics, Management and Institutions, University of Naples Federico II. Tendenze Nuove, Numero 2 – 2021; 1-6.

Interorganizational Knowledge Sharing to Establish Digital Health Learning Ecosystems: Qualitative Evaluation of a National Digital Health Transformation Program in England. Kathrin Cresswell, University of Edinburgh, et al. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol 23, No 8 (2021), 19.8.2021.

The Regenerative Role of Older People in a Circular Economy. Elizabeth Isele, Founder, The Global Institute for Experienced Entrepreneurship. CircularEconomy.Earth, 13 August 2021.

Emerging sectors: Hope or hype? Silver economy: Is the business of ageing a sunrise industry? Enterprise Singapore, 16 Jul 2021.

Emerging sectors: Hope or hype? Silver economy: Is the business of ageing a sunrise industry? Enterprise Singapore, 16 Jul 2021.

Master Plan For Aging. Progress Report. State of California: California Health and Human Services Agency & Together we EngAge & California Department on Aging. 15 July 2021: 13.

Designing A Digital Collaborative Platform for the Silver Economy: Inception and Conceptualization. Sidra Azmat Butt et al,  ResearchGate, Jul 2021.

Great Advantages of a Business Network in 2022. CONNECTS, July 28, 2021.

It’s Time to Address Broadband Connectivity Issues for Older Adults. Laura B. Plunkett, Program Specialist. National Council on Aging – NCOA, Arlington, VA, USA, Jul 09, 2021.

The Silver Economy as a Constructive Response in Public Policy on Aging. Dr. Andrzej Klimczuk, Assistant Professor. ResearchGate, 4 Jul 2021.

Strategic Approach to Aging Population: Experiences and Challenges. Dr. Ivana Barković Bojanić & Dr. Aleksandar Erceg (eds.). J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek. PhilPapers, 2021.

Optimizing tech for older adults. Psychologists are helping to study, design, and adapt all kinds of technologies to make them intuitively understandable for older adults. By Tori DeAngelis. American Psychological Association, July 1, 2021.

Measuring the Silver Economy: Impact and Metrics. An interdisciplinary approach to ageing societies. Dr. David Roch Dupré, Assistant Collaborator, Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences, Comillas Pontifical University, Spain. 29-06-2021.

Promoting Digital Inclusion for Older Adults in Santa Clara County. A Report by the Santa Clara County Digital Inclusion Workgroup, June 16, 2021: 35.

What Are the Stages of Aging? Melanie Donohue, Founder & Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Blue Moon Senior Counseling, June 15, 2021.

Minister of Seniors Appointment. By Jože Gričar, Professor Emeritus, University of Maribor, Slovenia. EAPE BULLETIN ISSUE 2021; 2(3): 46-68 PDFEuropean Association of Professors Emeriti, June 2, 2021, pp 51-53.

Is language like ‘seniors’ and ‘elderly’ disrespectful to refer to someone over 65? HelloCare, June 02, 2021.

Silver Tourism Economy in Rural Areas in Poland: A Fad or a Permanent Element? Agnieszka Wartecka-Ważyńska, European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXIV, Issue 3, 2021, 25/05/21: 729-748.

Ageing in a digital world – from vulnerable to valuable. Ana María Carrillo, COO and founder, HearColors; Roxana Widmer-Iliescu, Senior Coordinator (Digital Inclusion) and ITU Telecommunication Development Sector (ITU-D) Focal Point for ICT Accessibility and Older Persons; Sylvia Poll, Head, ITU Telecommunication Development Bureau’s (BDT) Digital Society Division. International Telecommunication Union, Development Sector, Geneva, Switzerland, 17 May 2021: 52.

When Economic Promises Shape Innovation and Networks: A Structural Analysis of Technological Innovation in the Silver Economy. Quentin Oget. Journal of Innovation Economics & Management 2021/2 (n° 35): 55-80, CAIRNInfo, 14/05/2021.

Silver Economy: An opportunity for economic development in the hands of our Senior Citizens. Top & Hot, Tendercapital Ltd, London, 6 May 2021.

Awareness and potential of the silver economy for enterprises: a European regional level study. Helen McGuirk, Aisling Conway Lenihan & Niamh Lenihan. Hincks Centre, School of Business, Munster Technological University (MTU), Cork, Ireland. Taylor & Francis Online, 03 May 2021.

Silver Economy: A Mapping of Actors and Trends in Latin America and the Caribbean. Jiménez, Catalina; Requejo, Julen; Foces, Miguel; Okumura, Masato; Stampini, Marco; Castillo, Ana. Inter-American Development Bank, April 2021.

Minister of Seniors Appointment. Position Paper. April 21, 2021.

The impacts of collaboration between local health care and non-health care organizations and factors shaping how they work: a systematic review of reviews. Hugh Alderwick, Andrew Hutchings, Adam Briggs & Nicholas Mays. BMC Public Health, Springer, 19 April 2021.

EU Green Paper on Ageing: SILVER SMEs’ contribution. Interreg Europe, 23/03/2021.

Why do some inter-organisational collaborations in healthcare work when others do not? A realist review. Justin Avery Aunger, Ross Millar, Joanne Greenhalgh, Russell Mannion, Anne-Marie Rafferty & Hugh McLeod. Springer Nature, 22 March 2021.

Unlocking the potential of silver economy in the Nordic Region. Mats Stjernberg, Hjördís Rut Sigurjónsdóttir and Mari Wøien Meijer and Mats Stjernberg. Nordregion, Stockholm, Sweden, 16 Mar 2021: 76.

Phases of Retirement. Julia Kagan, Personal Finance Editor. Investopedia, February 18, 2021.

Research: We’re Losing Touch with Our Networks. By Marissa King and Balázs Kovács. Harvard Business Review, February 12, 2021.

Commentary: It is high time for a Ministry on Ageing Issues. Such a ministry can bring into sharper focus the concerns, challenges and aspirations of seniors. Dr Helen Ko, Associate Professor, Graduate Gerontology Programmes, Singapore University of Social Sciences & Executive Director, Beyond Age. CNA, 02 Feb 2021.

Fostering solidarity and responsibility between generations. Green Paper on Ageing. European Commission, 27.1.2021: 24.

Changes in active ageing in a Nordic regional context: Results based on the GERDA study in 2005 and 2016. Fredrica Nyqvist, Mikael Nygår, Fredrik Snellman. Faculty of Education and Welfare, Studies, Social Policy Unit, Åbo Akademi University, Finland. Department of Social Work, Umeå University, Sweden. International Journal of Social Walfare, 25 January 2021.

How Finland copes with an ageing population: adjusting structures and equalising the financial capabilities of local governments. Pekka Valkama, Associate Professor, School of Management, University of Vaasa & Lasse Oulasvirta, Professor, Faculty of Management and Business, Tampere University. Taylor & Francis Online, 25 Jan 2021.

Commentary: Encourage seniors in digitalisation drive instead of forcing tech adoption on them. As more activities of daily life, such as shopping and learning move online, one vulnerable group cannot be left on their own to figure things out, says this observer. Dr. Calvin M L Chan, Associate Professor & Director, Office of Graduate Studies, Singapore University of Social Sciences. CNA, 13 Jan 2021.

Seniors’ Council to assist mayor of Nitra. The City in Western Slovakia. TheMayor.EU, 4 Jan 2021.

AGINGConnected. Exposing the Hidden Connectivity Crisis for Older Adults. Humana Foundation & Older Adults Technology Services – OATS, 1.1.2021: 23.

Trio Presidency Declaration on Ageing. Germany, Portugal and Slovenia, the Member States holding the presidency of the Council of the European Union during the 18-month period from July 2020 to December 2021, December 2020: 8.

Silver Economy Accelerating Strategies (SEAS) 2 Grow. Strategic Action Plan, Interreg 2 Seas programme 2014-2020, December 2020: 36.

Silver Economy Strategies: A Comparative Study of Japanese and South Korean Governmental Measures. Pauline Gschwendtner. Vienna Journal of East Asian Studies 12(1):62-91, ResearchGate, December 2020.

Building the silver economy: Why do we need to pay attention now? Tara Singh Vachani, Vice Chairperson, Max India and Executive Chairperson, Antara. MoneyControl, December 21, 2020.

Age-Friendly Approaches and Old-Age Exclusion: A Cross-City Analysis. By Tine Buffel, Samuèle Rémillard-Boilard, Kieran Walsh, Bernard Mcdonald, An-Sofie Smetcoren & Liesbeth de Donder. University of Manchester, December 14, 2020.

The Silver Economy manifest. By Juan Carlos Alcaide. CENIE, International Centre on Aging, General Foundation of the University of Salamanca, 11 November 2020.

Human Rights, Participation and Well-Being of Older Persons in the Era of Digitalisation. Council Conclusions. Council of the European Union, 9 October 2020.

Co-creation of New Map of Life in a Longevity Society. Dr. Hiroko Akiyama, Professor Emerita & Visiting Professor, Institute of Gerontology and Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo. Hitachi Review Vol. 69, No. 5 584–585, September 2020.

Co-creating Digital Public Services for an Ageing Society: Evidence for Usercentric Design. Dr. Juliane Jarke, Senior Researcher. Universität Bremen. SpringerLink, 22 September 2020: 242.

Awareness Steps and Hints for Total Innovation and Intergeneration Enhancement in Silver Economy. Dr. Vincent Rialle, Senior Lecturer and Medical Practitioner Emeritus, University Grenoble Alpes, France. Herald Scholarly Open Access, Herndon, USA, 17 August 2020.

Banking Opportunities in the Silver Economy. By Alice Faibishenko and Juan NúñezGallego, E3 Partnership. Funcas, a think tank, July 2020: 78.

How does the silver economy fit with the smart city? The Agility Effect, 23/07/2020.

Technology for All: World Summit on the Information Society Opening. By Michael Hodin. Global Coalition on Aging, Jun 22, 2020.

Juniors for seniors active ageing. Report of the event nr. 2 in Škofja Loka, Slovenia. By Julian Preidl, Group Manager. Europe for Citizens, September 4-5, 2020: 14.

Decoding Customer Centricity. Maria Elzaguirre, PhD, Marketing Professor & Maria Alvarado. IE Foundation, February 2020: 28.

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