Hosted by Australian Association of Gerontology (NSW), Hunter Medical Research Institute Public Health, University of Sydney CEPAR and Sax Institute.
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A workshop for research students, early career researchers and practitioners.
Public Lecture by Professor Emily Grundy London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
The Australian School of Business and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research will host the ninth annual Centre for Applied Economic Research Summer Workshop in Health Economics.
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research is proud to host the 2011 Emerging Researchers in Ageing Conference.
Who becomes wealthy? Who stays wealthy? And who will always remain poor? This paper presents empirical estimates of dynamic household movements into and out of the top percents of the wealth distribution over individual household life cycles.
This workshop, hosted by PwC, featured CEPAR investigators Mike Sherris and Katja Hanewald, along with PwC Associate Chao Qiao, presented new research on longevity insurance and products.
This Public Lecture discusses the implications of Indonesia's population growth and distribution for its economy, as well as the poor quality of demographic data.
Longevity is improving through much of the world and has been doing so for several centuries. Various disciplines study the causal factors behind this trend, but rarely meet together.