The Hal Kendig Prize for the Best CEPAR PhD Thesis in 2020 has been awarded to Dr Md Mijanur Rahman for his PhD thesis on ‘Modelling Trajectories of Aged Care Use among Older Australian Women’, under the supervision of CEPAR Associate Investigator Professor Julie Byles and Associate Professor Liz Holliday.
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CEPAR PhD candidate Doreen Kabuche has presented her research on Longevity risk: Retirement product innovation and risk management strategies at the recent UNSW Business School 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Heat and has won the third place to represent the faculty at UNSW's 3MT Interfaculty Final.
The recently released 2021 Intergenerational Report draws in parts on projections and research conducted by CEPAR senior researchers, highlighting the importance and implications of population ageing.
Over 350 academics, policymakers and industry practitioners from 65 countries registered to participate in the 6th International Pension Research Association (IPRA) Conference.
The intergenerational report was sobering, but the reality may be worse, writes CEPAR Senior Research Fellow Rafal Chomik in this The Conversation piece.
CEPAR's Senior Research Fellow Daniela Andrei and Research Fellow Jane Chong presented research on COVID-19 and Mature Workers at the Mature Workers in Organisations Policy Dialogue.
CEPAR researchers Scientia Professor Kaarin Anstey, Dr Brooke Brady and Dr Lidan Zheng from UNSW Science are are using new technologies to provide new insights on day-to-day activities of research participants.
More than 90 researchers, policymakers, bureaucrats and business leaders participated in the Policy Dialogue on Mature Workers in Organisations in June.
A new research brief – Tapping into Australia’s ageing workforce: Insights from recent research – published by CEPAR today, presents the newest research insights and trends about Australia’s ageing workforce, in anticipation of the release of the 2021 Intergenerational Report, expected this month.