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Associate Investigators

Dr Cheng Wan

B.S. in Information and Computational Science, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China; M.S. in Statistics, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Belgium; Ph.D. in Risk and Actuarial Studies, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Research streams:
Financial and insurance product design and guiding financial decision making

Dr. Serena Wee

BSocSci in Psychology (Honours), National University of Singapore, Singapore; MA in Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; MS in Applied Statistics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA; PhD in Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

Research streams:
3.1 mature workers in organisations survey & 3.3 promoting successful teams and organisation

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Dr Pengyu Wei

BSc BEc PKU; DPhil Oxford

Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo

Research Stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

 

Dr Amy Wei Tian

MSc Cardiff Univeristy; PhD Management Cardiff University, UK

Associate Professor, School of Management, Curtin University.

Research Stream:

Organisations and the Mature Workforce

Peter Whiteford
Professor Peter Whiteford

BA University of Queensland; BLetters ANU; PhD University of York

Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University

Research stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Shang Wu
Dr Shang Wu

BBus (Hons) UTS; MAcc University of Sydney; BAppFin/BActStud Macquarie University; PhD UNSW 

Senior Investment Analyst, First State Super

Research stream:
Macro-demographic Dynamics and Population Ageing Policy
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Keywords:
Retirement Income Solution; Aged Care; Portfolio Choice in Retirement
 

Chia Huei Wu
Associate Professor Chia-Huei Wu

BSc MSc National Taiwan University; MPhil University of Sheffield; PhD University of Western Australia

Professor, Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds

Research streams:
Organisations and the Mature Workforce

Mengyi Xu
Dr Mengyi Xu

Bcom (Hons) PhD UNSW

Assistant Professor, Department of Stastistics and Department of Mathematics, Purdue University

Research Stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life

Keywords:
Retirement Planning; Pension Fund Management; Longevity Risk Modelling

Dr Sisi Yang

MSc Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; PhD Macquarie University, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Associate Investigator, UNSW Sydney

Research stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later life

Keywords:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later Life; Population Studies; Internal and International Migration

Dr Mingxu Yang

B.E. (Automation Engineering) Nanjing Normal University; M.E. (Pattern Recognition and Intelligent System) Xiamen University; PhD (Demography) Zhejiang University

Lecturer, Department of Labor and Social Security, South China Agriculture University

Research Streams: 

Demographic structures
Social security policy adjustments
Social impact 

Vasoontara Yieng
Dr Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan

BA Thammasat University; MA Maxwell School of Syracuse University; PhD in Epidemiology, Economics and Population Health Australian National University

Research Stream:
Sustainable Wellbeing in Later life

Keywords:
Longitudinal Study and Cohort Analyses; Lifecourse and Social Epidemiology; Health Inequalities in the Asia-Pacific Region

Hannes Zacher
Professor Hannes Zacher

MSc Technical University of Braunschweig; PhD University of Giessen

Professor, Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Leipzig

Research stream:
Organisations and the Mature Workforce

Keywords:
Ageing Workforce; Successful Ageing at Work; Lifespan Development

Zhongwei Zhao
Professor Zhongwei Zhao

BA Peking University; MA University of Exeter; PhD University of Cambridge

School of Demography, Australian National University

Research streams:
Macro-demographic Dynamics and Population Ageing Policy

Dr Lidan Zheng

Bcom ANU; BSc ANU; BSc Hon (Psychology) ANU; PhD UNSW

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, NeuRA

Research Streams: 

Identifying individual and social influences on decision making at older ages