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Students studying aged care

Three CEPAR researchers have been awarded AUD 50,000 (USD 37,500) to conduct a new online survey looking at Chinese preferences for long-term aged care and how it will be paid.

Australia's Centre of Excellence

“We have consolidated our position as a globally leading centre in population research,” says CEPAR Director Professor John Piggott.

Young researcher

Four candidates have been awarded prestigious UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarships to research under the supervision of UNSW CEPAR researchers.

Students collaborating

APEC Forum members need to do a lot more to promote economic growth to combat population ageing, according to a CEPAR report.

Australian Research Experts

Member economies of the APEC Forum need to do a lot more to promote economic growth to combat population ageing, according to a paper presented at an APEC Workshop in Vietnam.

Pensioner couple

The federal government has recently reaffirmed its commitment to a policy, first proposed in 2014, to boost the pension age to 70 between 2025 and 2035.

Busy Sydney city street

The Australian National University’s (ANU) Professor Heather Booth is the first woman to be appointed Professor of Demography at an Australian university.

Cepar collaborators

The Australian National University’s (ANU) Heather Booth is the first woman to be appointed Professor of Demography at an Australian university.

Families and aged pension

The government claims that changes to the aged pension make the system fairer by targeting wealthy retirees. But are the changes genuinely progressive?