CEPAR Senipr Research Fellow Dr Tim Neal analyses in this The Conversation article that Australia's latest federal budget earmarked worthwhile climate measures, but many are piecemeal.
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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.
CEPAR invites submissions for the CEPAR International Conferences which will bring together academics, policymakers, and practitioners to share the latest research and policy and industry perspectives on the dynamics of the ageing demographic.
What happens when people withdraw their retirement savings early? CEPAR Associate Investigator Ben Newell and PhD student Nathan Wang-Ly from the UNSW Sydney have just found out.
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.
At this time of year, CEPAR frequently joins with the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) in the Crawford School of Public Policy at ANU to organise a “Policy Dialogue”.
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A new way to structure superannuation contributions could become standard practice in some developed countries explains CEPAR Director Scientia Professor John Piggott.
CEPAR Associate Investigator Dr Katja Hanewald has been awarded the Dean’s Emerging Leadership Award at the 2022 UNSW Business School Staff Excellence Awards Ceremony.