The Australia-China Population Ageing Research Hub in collaboration with the APRU Population Ageing Research hub is pleased to host this two day workshop. The event, on the 21st and 22nd July 2016, will bring together academic experts, policy makers, and industry practitioners to discuss demographic change in China and its implications for policy and business practice. The second day will focus on the research of young scholars working on this topic.
Presentations by academic experts including a keynote presentation from Professor Albert Park titled Comparative Research on Aging: Psychological Well-being of the Elderly in China, Japan and Korea (DRAFT PROGRAM).
||Albert Park is a development and labour economist who is an expert on China’s economic development. His research has been featured by the Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, BBC, CNN, and NPR. Professor Park is a Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (London), the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA, Bonn), the International Growth Centre (Oxford/LSE/DFID), and the Human Capital and Economic Opportunity Working Group (Chicago). In recent years he has published articles in leading economics journals on firm performance, poverty and inequality, migration and employment, health and education, and the economics of aging in China. Professor Park is also on the Steering Group for the APRU Population Ageing Research Hub.
Presentations by Early Career Researchers and Students. ABSTRACTS are invited from young scholars wishing to present their research on day two. Eight Travel Bursaries are available to ECRs and students from APRU universities to present at the workshop:
4 x $500AUD for Australian based ECRs and student participants
4 x $1200AUD for internationally based ECRs and student participants
A prize of $250AUD will be awarded to the best presentation on day two.
If you would like to attend the workshop please complete this registration form. Places are limited.
If you are an ECR or Student and you wish to attend the workshop and present your research please complete this registration form.
All registrations forms should be completed and returned to Amy Brushwood by 30 June 2016.
If you require more information about the workshop please call the CEPAR office on +612 9931 9202 or email email@example.com