is a unique collaboration between academia, government and industry, committed to delivering solutions to one of the major economic and social challenges of the 21st century.
Encompasses both demographic and macro type economic analysis of population change.
Investigates cognitive ageing; issues in choice and decision-making; and extensions to the life-cycle paradigm.
Covers policy and practice in delivering resources in retirement.
Examines how health and psycho-social factors influence productive contributions, independence and wellbeing.
Focuses on patterns of use, changes in health status, new financing mechanisms, and delivery innovations.
Examines differences between national populations in the Asian region and studies policy reform and its implications for Australia.
Examines the macro-demographic dynamics of Australia, how our nation will be affected by global developments (especially Asia), and how optimal pol...
Explores the relationship between cognition, education, decision making, social expectations and ageing; and how individuals make complex life deci...
Focuses on the impact of various work designs on worker wellbeing at older ages and investigates barriers to mature workforce participation, especi...
Takes an issues-based approach to investigate how businesses, households, and governments can deliver improved retirement incomes and health policy...
CEPAR is delighted to have our long-time colleague and CEPAR Co-Deputy Director Kaarin Anstey join us at UNSW.
Housing affordability is deepening inequality in Australia. "There's a growing divide between young people with access to wealth transfers from affluent parents and those who do not," says CEPAR Associate Investigator Rachel Ong.
CEPAR is once again proud to sponsor this years' 16th National Conference of Emerging Researchers in Ageing. The event will be presented by the ERA in partnership with Curtin University.
Marking the 150th Anniversary of the first Australian Life Table