CEPAR researchers Dr Tom Wilson, Associate Professor Jeromey Temple and Honorary Professor Peter McDonald, and colleagues have published a new book, looking at how Australia's migrant population composition is likely to change over coming decades.
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Over 220 delegates from 46 countries registered to participate in the special Colloquium session on The Global Experience: Financing Retirement in the 2020s and Beyond, sponsored by the International Pension Research Association (IPRA). Recordings are available online.
CEPAR and the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies in the UNSW Business School hosted the 29th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research on 1-3 December 2021. Video recordings of a number of talks are available.
Over 40 researchers, government and industry representatives registered to participate in the CEPAR Mature Workers in Organisations (MWOS) Virtual Symposium on 2 December.
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies in the UNSW Business School will host the 29th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research online on 1-3 December 2021.
CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Marian Baird and colleagues write in this The Conversation article that "it is not uncommon for women involved in our research to report they forego promotions to accommodate their child caring or elder care responsibilities, or work part-time, and earn less, because full-time jobs are too inflexible."
New research shows how hard it is for ‘flying grannies’ to care for their Australian grandkids, CEPAR Principal Research Fellow Associate Professor Myra Hamilton and colleagues explain in this The Conversation article.
The book Population Ageing and Australia’s Future, edited by CEPAR Chief Investigators Honorary Professor Peter McDonald and Scientia Professor John Piggott, and the late Emeritus Professor Hal Kendig, had over 12,000 downloads in the year 2021, according to ANU Press.
Tim Neal has been recognised for his insights into the economics of climate change, COVID-19 panic buying and child labour.