CEPAR Chief Investigator Scientia Professor Kaarin Anstey and UNSW Professor Johannes le Coutre help develop special cake as part of Meals on Wheels 70th anniversary.
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Increased state intervention in the Chinese economy has led to productivity declines, creating a cascading effect, writes CEPAR Partner Investigator Professor Hanming Fang.
One of the key challenges facing societies across the world is how to respond to population ageing positively and purposefully, writes CEPAR Chief Investigator Fiona Blyth in this editorial.
CEPAR researchers have released a free web-based toolkit that facilitates research on healthy ageing. The Healthy Ageing Toolkit provides an overview of data availabilities and gaps to study ageing across the world.
A combination of increased insurance premiums, increased bushfire risk and updated building codes could mean insurance policyholders are underinsured – or not insured at all.
CEPAR PhD Candidate Yuchen Xie has been awarded the Runner Up Prize of the AAG NSW Student & Early Career Group (SECG) Publication Award 2023.
It was very gratifying to see the work of so many CEPAR researchers and students recently recognised.
CEPAR Chief Investigator Professor Warwick McKibbin AO has joined the Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) as a Non-Resident Senior Fellow in September 2023.
CEPAR PhD Candidates have been awarded scholarships, sponsorships and awards by Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).