CEPAR is one of 11 organisations in the successful consortium which won the International Longevity Centre bid to establish an Australian centre.
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"Australia's public and private economy-wide deficit could blow out to more than $400 billion by 2050 due to the nation's ageing population, a new report has found."
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research welcomes the report of the FSI and the consideration given to the input and research papers of its investigators.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Professor Joseph E. Stiglitz is to visit UNSW, and give a talk on the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), examining where are we now, its impact on the future of the world economy, and what can be done about it
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), will host the Annual Colloquium of Superannuation Researchers on July 7 and 8 at the UNSW campus.
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) has been granted almost half a million dollars over four years under the Australian Research Council's Linkage Projects Scheme, along with $300,000 in partner funding.
With the population aged 65 and over expected to reach 7.2 million by 2050, researchers have called for the Murray Inquiry to focus on improving options for retirees in the draw-down phase of superannuation.
New research papers released today highlight staffing and funding as the biggest issues affecting the future of Australia's aged care system.
The CEPAR 2013 Annual Report contains a complete record of all the work undertaken by CEPAR affiliated researchers in 2013.