The Pensions, Retirement and Ageing Seminar Series is jointly hosted by CEPAR and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies at UNSW Sydney.
It takes place on a Monday from 12-1pm at UNSW Kensington Campus, in Law Library 111, Law Building, and provides an excellent opportunity to network with pensions and superannuation experts from Australia and overseas. This is an interdisciplinary group with backgrounds in economics, actuarial studies, finance, psychology, law, accounting, demography, marketing, medicine and related fields. We invite attendance of participants from other universities as well as from industry and government who are interested in both theoretical and applied research on pensions, retirement and ageing.
We also welcome presenters who are early career academics or practitioners. Please contact Inka Eberhardt if you are interested in presenting or want to be added to the Pensions, Retirement and Ageing Seminar Series mailing list.
There is no charge to attend these seminars.
Semester 2, 2019
16 Sep - David Bell, CEPAR, UNSW, "The State of Super"
30 Sep - Xiaoyan Lei, China Center for Economic Research, Peking University, "Information, Belief, and Health Behavior: Evidence from China"
14 Oct - Junhao Liu, Finance Discipline, University of Sydney Business School, "Medicaid and Long-Term Care: Do Eligibility Rules Impact Asset Holdings?"
28 Oct - Ashish Chopra, Hannah Harris & Sharon Li, Centre for Law Markets and Regulation, UNSW, "The Banking Royal Commission: An Algorithmic Analysis of News Media Data"
11 Nov - Joanne Earl, Psychology, Macquarie University, "Applying Psychological Models to Explain Responses to Downsizing"
25 Nov - Katja Hanewald, School of Risk & Actuarial Studies, CEPAR, UNSW, "Is there a Demand for Reverse Mortgages in China?"
TBA - Piet de Jong, Department of Applied Finance and Actuarial Studies, Macquarie University, "Modernising Australia's Defective Retirement Income System"
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"