Three new grants have been awarded to Centre researchers under the CEPAR Multidisciplinary Collaboration Funding Scheme this year.
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CEPAR researchers Dr Tom Wilson and Associate Professor Jeromey Temple have released new population projections for Australia, with a particular focus on population ageing.
CEPAR researchers Dr Tom Wilson and CEPAR Associate Professor Jeromey Temple have released updated projections of population ageing in Australia.
Michelle Vhudzijena, CEPAR PhD Candidate in the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies at the UNSW Business School, has won the third place with her three minute PhD thesis presentation at the 2022 Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Business School Heat on 27 June.
The International Pension Research Association (IPRA), the first of its kind globally, was established by the three major research centres CEPAR, Netspar, and the Wharton School’s Pension Research Council, along with support from Willis Towers Watson, the OECD and the International Organisations of Pension Supervisors (IOPS), in 2019.
The Hal Kendig Prize for the Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2021 has been awarded to Dr Kofi Awuviry-Newton.
Over 60 delegates from around the world, drawn from academe, industry, government and the research community, have participated in the CEPAR-UNSW Business School Forum on ‘Connections: ESG, Pension Fund Investment, Public Policy and the Future' on 22 July.
More than 150 participants from around the world came together in Paris/France at the OECD Headquarters and online to hear from experts and researchers on current and future pension challenges and opportunities at the 7th International Pension Research Association (IPRA) Conference on 23 and 24 June.
Private insurance to fund aged care services could deliver the higher quality care Australians are demanding, but there are potential drawbacks.