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Hanming Fang, CEPAR Partner Investigator and Professor of Economics at the University of Pennsylvania, discussed mental health, elderly suicide and retirement in China at a recent webinar. The recording is available online.

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CEPAR Investigators presented at COTA's National Policy Forum on Retirement Income Policy on 26 February, as well as at the Roundtable on ‘Completing Australia’s Retirement Income System: Implications of the Retirement Income Review Report’ convened by the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia on 4 March.

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Employers played a greater role in supporting staff to achieve work/life balance when the pandemic blurred the lines between the two, according to a new report from the University of Sydney Business School and ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research. 

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Professor Warwick McKibbin AO, CEPAR Chief Investigator and Director of Policy Engagement, has been appointed as a Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).

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Organisations and their leaders will need to take a different approach to innovation with a more dispersed and virtual workforce in the future, say UNSW Business School's Senior Deputy Dean Professor Leisa Sargent and CEPAR Director and Scientia Professor of Economics John Piggott.

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Explore our list of news articles about CEPAR researchers and activities published in 2021.

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CEPAR research related to COVID-19: publications and current/planned research.

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There are a number of new ways to assist with funding long-term care using housing wealth, according to CEPAR Associate Investigator Dr Katja Hanewald and co-authors.

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A recent study by CEPAR Graduate Phitawat Poonpolkul of the Australian National University argues that the conventional welfare assessment omits at least two important aspects: age-dependent risk aversion that plays a crucial role in economic decisions, and changes in future uncertainties that may complicate individuals’ lifetime planning. In this Austaxpolicy piece he explains why these two aspects are necessary.