Semester 1, 2019
4 March - David Rodgers, School of Economics, UNSW, "The Labour Force Participation Effects of the Military Service Pension"
18 March - Oscar A. Stolper, School of Business and Economics, Philipps University of Marburg
1 April - Leokadia Oreziak, International Finance Department, SGH Warsaw School of Economics, “Privatization of pensions in Poland - reflections after 20 years”
15 April - Sarah Kaakai, Mathematical Laboratory of University of Le Mans, “How can a cause-of-death reduction be compensated for by the population heterogeneity? A dynamic approach”
6 May - Yuanyuan Deng, CEPAR, UNSW, "Delaying the public pension age in China: implications for labor force participation and individual welfare"
3 June - Susan Thorp, The University of Sydney Business School, “White labels, brands and trust: How mutual fund labels affect retirement portfolios”
17 June - Inka Eberhardt, CEPAR, UNSW, "A Fistful of Dollars - Financial Incentives Improve Retirement Information Search"
Semester 2, 2019
TBA - Piet de Jong, Department of Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies, Macquarie University, "Modernising Australia's defective retirement income system"