The Pensions and Superannuation Seminar Series is jointly hosted by CEPAR and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies at UNSW.
It takes place on a Monday from 12-1pm at UNSW Kensington Campus, in Seminar Room 2063, Quadrangle Building, and provides an excellent opportunity to network with pensions and superannuation experts from Australia and overseas. This is an interdisciplinary group with backgrounds in economics, actuarial studies, law, demography and related fields. We invite attendance of participants from other universities and from industry who are interested in both theoretical and applied research on pensions and superannuation.
We also welcome presenters who are early career academics or practitioners. Please contact Dr. Héloïse Labit Hardy if you are interested in presenting or want to be added to our mailing list.
Semester 2, 2018
Sisi Yang, CEPAR, UNSW, "Breaking the barriers: How has urban home ownership changed migrants’ settlement intentions in Chinese cities?"
Todd Morris, University of Melbourne, “Unequal Burden of Retirement Reform: Evidence from Australia”
Anthony Asher, School of Risk & Actuarial Studies, UNSW, “Fixing the plumbing: Pensions need long term cash flows; banks and managers do not.”
Madhavi Bajekal, University College London, Department of Applied Health Research, "Trajectories of disease accumulation in complex multimorbidity and impact on socioeconomic inequalities in life expectancy: a cohort study of 1.3 million patients in England."
Zining Liu, Peking University, “Income Inequality of the elderly in China”
Xiangling Liu, CEPAR, UNSW, "A Life Cycle Study of Household Decisions on Housing Demand: With Taxation Subsidies to Owner Housing and to Rental Housing Respectively"
Olena Stavrunova, University of Technology Sydney, CEPAR, “Subjective Health Expectations of Older Australians”
Semester 1, 2018
Geoffrey Kingston, Macquarie University, Department of Economics, “Superannuation in Australia: A Survey of the Literature”
Estelle Liu, Mine Wealth & Wellbeing, “Analysing the Proposed Means Test Rules for Lifetime Income Streams”
James Rockey, University of Leicester, School of Business, “Inequality in an Equal Society”
Jennifer Alonso García, UNSW, CEPAR, "NDC Schemes and Heterogeneity in Longevity: Proposals for Redesign"
Philip Clarke, University of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health, CEPAR, “Defining and Measuring Health Poverty”
Andrés Villegas, UNSW, School of Risk & Actuarial Studies, "The implications of mortality heterogeneity on longevity sharing retirement income products"
Rafal Chomik, UNSW, CEPAR "Demographic and technological change: Two megatrends shaping the labour market in Asia"