CEPAR Partner Investigator University of Pennsylvania Professor Olivia S. Mitchell has been named a 2023 Distinguished Fellow by the American Economic Association (AEA).
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A research team including CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Kaarin Anstey has developed and evaluated a tool for assessing dementia risk, with promising initial results. The scientists hope the new tool could be used to make it easier for GPs and patients to get information on dementia risk factors.
CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Warwick McKibbin has been appointed as a member of the advisory council for a new Brookings Institution initiative.
A long-term study led by CEPAR Dedputy Director Scientia Professor Kaarin Anstey has analysed older Canberrans’ mental health during the 2019/2020 bushfires.
Two new reports commissioned by the ACT Government have found older Canberrans were emotionally resilient following the 2019/20 bushfires.
A collaboration between the City of Stirling in Western Australia and CEPAR at Curtin University will see an innovative age-inclusive leadership development program delivered as part of CEPAR's Organisations and the Mature Workforce Project.
Workers aged 45-54 with care responsibilities struggled during the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia, according to a new CEPAR report published today. The report explores the circumstances of older workers with care responsibilities and offers insights into how they balanced their family lives with paid work.
A new research brief – financial decision making for and in old age – published CEPAR focuses on decisions related to personal retirement finances and explores how risks of poor decisions increase with age.
A new way to structure superannuation contributions could become standard practice in some developed countries explains CEPAR Director Scientia Professor John Piggott.