CEPAR researchers Rafal Chomik, Professor Philip O'Keefe and Scientia Professor John Piggott, and colleagues, have recently published papers on the economic and social impacts of population ageing in Asia.
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Over 275 pension experts and researchers from 53 countries registered to participate in a recent webinar on Annuities, Selection, and the Drawdown of DC Balances with NBER President and MIT Professor James Poterba.
CEPAR PhD candidate Shally Zhou has been awarded the Prize for the Best Presentation from the School of Psychology at the UNSW Science Faculty's Postgraduate Research Showcase.
As we move into Dementia Awareness week, which is from 20-26th September, it is timely to reflect on the knowledge that approximately 450,000 Australians are living with dementia, and a greater number of us are involved in caring for someone with dementia.
CEPAR researcher Dr Craig Sinclair has received an NHMRC grant to make end of life planning more accessible for older adults.
CEPAR has recently launched its new Mentoring Scheme, a voluntary mentoring program for emerging CEPAR researchers.
Over 280 pension experts and researchers from 58 countries registered to participate in the webinar on The Modest Long-Run Effects of Automatic Savings Policies with Professor John Beshears from Harvard Business School.
Over 85 representatives from academia, government and industry registered to participate in the webinar on Financing and Sustainability of Future Proofing Aged Care, hosted online by CEPAR in collaboration with the UNSW Ageing Futures Institute (AFI).
Several CEPAR researchers were recognised at the recent UNSW Business School Staff Excellence Award in the categories Leadership, Research Excellence, Research Impact, and Education Excellence.