A new CEPAR report has found that many mature workers across Australia feel excluded in today’s workforce and have limited development opportunities and flexible working arrangements, compared to the younger population.
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We're delaying major life events, and our retirement income system hasn't caught up, writes CEPAR Senior Research Fellow Rafal Chomik for The Conversation.
“Without proper risk management these mega-trends have the potential to overwhelm individuals, private companies and government balance sheets during the course of this century,” say CEPAR researchers Rafal Chomik and Ramona Meyricke in their report on the impact of climate change on mortality and retirement incomes.
Australia’s ageing population is projected to slow labour force growth, reduce national income and tax revenue but we aren’t in the dark, yet, says CEPAR Director John Piggott.
CEPAR Chief Investigator Sharon Parker has been named among the world’s most influential scientists and social scientists in the 2019 Highly Cited Researchers list released by the Web of Science Group.
Crunching official data helps evaluate policies. Potential embarrassment is the wrong reason for governments to keep it under wraps, CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Warwick McKibbin and ANU Professor Robert Breunig write.
A new CEPAR industry report by UNSW, University of Sydney, UTS and Colonial First State researchers has found that for many Australians, taking out a home loan is a trigger for increased engagement with their superannuation.
Applications for the 2020 round of CEPAR PhD Supplementary Scholarships are now open and will close on 15 November 2019.