New Literature on Old Age

New Literature on Old Age edited by Gillian Crosby
Published six times a year, New Literature on Old Age is a guide to new publications on ageing and old age. It covers books and periodical articles, central and local government reports and circulars, statistical reports, semi-published research documents, and informal publications issued by voluntary groups. Every aspect of social policy is covered, including health and health services, housing, transport, work and retirement, residential and community care, statistics and much more. New Literature on Old Age thus provides an important reference work for everyone who needs to keep up to date with the field of ageing.


New Literature on Old Age is published by ...

Centre for Policy on Ageing, 26-28 Hammersmith Grove, London W6 7HA
Tel: +44(0)20 7553 6500

From 1977 to 2020, New Literature on Old Age was made available, worldwide, to paid subscribers as a printed bulletin.

From 2021 the latest issue of New Literature on Old Age will be sent, free of charge, to subscribers, as an interactive pdf file. Please request a copy from

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