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CEPAR investigator Professor Colette Browning from Monash University has been appointed Honorary Professor at Peking University and co-director of the university's new health and ageing research centre.

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ANU's newly established Institute of Public Policy, recognises the importance of population ageing as a public policy issue, with two of CEPAR's Chief Investigators listed among the Institute's nine Inaugural Public Policy Fellows.

Aged care

A group of 60 bike riders has helped to connect isolated carers who are looking after some of the most frail and vulnerable people in our community by raising almost $500,000 to establish a carers network. 

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New research by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) reveals an increase in levels of anxiety and depression among older Australians as a result of the Global Financial Crisis.

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Should superannuation portfolio allocations be adjusted with age to reduce the financial exposure of senior Australians to stock-market crashes?

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The UNSW Business School and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research will host the ninth annual Centre for Applied Economic Research Summer Workshop in Health Economics.

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Now that house prices have been on the slide for ten straight months, a major new study from the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is showing where the largest falls are, and how this is impacting on savings in Australia.

Colleagues discussing ageing research

Deep-seated ageism is at the core of our culture and at the heart of an unproductive government approach to healthy ageing, says Professor Hal Kendig, Director of the Ageing, Work and Health Research Unit in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Sydney.

Young researcher

As Australia faces significant intergenerational challenges, the impact of population ageing on the Australian workforce is increasingly concerning. Will there be fewer workers to support retirees and young dependents?