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30th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research

UNSW

30th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research

29-30 November 2022, UNSW Sydney/Australia

1 December 2022, online session

Register here if you would like to attend the Colloquium.

Co-hosted by CEPAR and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies, UNSW Business School, the Colloquium is a unique annual event, bringing together academics (from economics, finance, actuarial studies and related disciplines), government and industry to discuss the latest research on pensions, superannuation and retirement. 

The Colloquium will be held in person at UNSW Sydney on 29-30 November 2022,* and also host an online session on 1 December, sponsored by the International Pension Research Association (IPRA). 

Expressions of interest to be included on the program of the 30th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research and the IPRA sponsored online session are now open.

Please refer to the below Call for Papers for further details. 

Academic Program Committee:

Hazel Bateman, CEPAR Deputy Director, UNSW Sydney
David Bell, CEPAR Associate Investigator, The Conexus Institute
Katja Hanewald, CEPAR Associate Investigator, UNSW Sydney
George Kudrna, CEPAR Senior Research Fellow, UNSW Sydney

Colloquium Co-chairs: 

Professor Hazel Bateman, CEPAR Deputy Director, UNSW Sydney
Scientia Professor John Piggott AO, CEPAR Director, UNSW Sydney


CALL FOR PAPERS

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Submission deadline: 19 August 2022

The 30th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research will be held in person at UNSW Sydney on 29-30 November 2022.* The Colloquium will also host an online session on
1 December 2022, sponsored by the International Pension Research Association (IPRA).

The Colloquium, co-hosted by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and the School of Risk & Actuarial Studies, UNSW Business School, is a unique annual event, bringing together academics (from economics, finance, actuarial studies and related disciplines), government and industry to discuss the latest research on pensions, superannuation and retirement.

This year we specifically invite submissions on:

  • Decumulation
  • Financial advice, guidance and engagement
  • Superannuation/pensions and housing
  • ESG, climate risk and superannuation/pensions

Contributions are also welcome on other topics, which may include but are not limited to:

Financing aged care costs; cognitive decline and financial decisions of the elderly; public pensions and sustainable fiscal policy; taxation of superannuation/pensions; superannuation/pensions and labour markets; regulation and performance of superannuation/pension funds; choice architecture and defaults; financial product disclosure; financial literacy and financial education; longevity and healthy life expectancy; and gender issues in superannuation/pensions.

Early career researchers and research students (including PhD, Masters and Honours students) are particularly encouraged to make a submission. A cash prize will be awarded for the ‘Best Student Presentation’.

Expressions of interest to be included on the program of the 30th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research and the IPRA sponsored online session are now open.

A Submission Form is available online. Please email the completed form along with a 300-word abstract and a full paper or an extended abstract of up to 3 pages to cepar@unsw.edu.au.

The deadline for submission is 19th August 2022.

If you would like to discuss a possible topic for presentation, please contact Professor Hazel Bateman on h.bateman@unsw.edu.au.

Please share this Call for Papers with anyone interested in participating.

 

The registration fee for participants and presenters will be available once registration opens on the website; the conference registration fee is for access to the in-person conference (incl. catering during breaks) and does not include travel and accommodation.


* The safety and wellbeing of participants is paramount to the Colloquium committee and acknowledge the ever-changing COVID-19 situation has created uncertainty, also in terms of future travel, both interstate and overseas. At this stage the event is planned to take place in-person in a COVID-safe environment and subject to the COVID-19 caveat with regard to government and university restrictions in place at the time, however, if circumstances restrict this, this event will be converted to a hybrid or online event entirely. Should this occur CEPAR will provide as much notice as possible.

Enquiries: cepar@unsw.edu.au, for media or event enquiries please contact Silke Weiss (she/her).


» Download the Submission Form «

Date: 
Tuesday, November 29, 2022 - 09:00
End date: 
Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - 17:00
Location: 
Sydney/Bedegal Country