CEPAR Australia and Next World Program call for ageing well papers

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A new Economics of Ageing Workshop 2019 on Resources in Retirement is going to be held at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. The event is going to take place from June 24th to 25th 2019. In the context of the Workshop a special issue of the Journal of the Economics of Ageing will be published.

The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) in collaboration with the ‘Next World Program’ is for this reason soliciting papers that deal with the subject of Resources in Retirement. Interested authors are invited to submit a full paper or an extended abstract of at least a 1-page by November 15, 2018.

Who are the organisers?

The CEPAR is an Australian collaboration between universities, government and industry, and is committed to delivering solutions to the demographic ageing based in Australia. The Next World program is a joint initiative of the Harvard University, WDA Forum, Stanford University’s AHPP and the Fudan University.

SilverEco and Ageing Well Jury Member, Hans Groth member of the scientific committee

The members of the international scientific board examining the papers will be David E. Bloom, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, USA , Wang Feng, Fudan University, China and Hans Groth, WDA Forum, Switzerland, among other experts. The latest, Hans Groth is also one of the expert Jury members assessing the projects presented to the next SilverEco and Ageing Well International Awards – Tokyo Edition.

Apply to the SilverEco and Ageing Well International Awards: SilverEco.org/Awards

The papers will cover, but not limit, the following topics:

  • Fiscal implications of alternative retirement income policy designs
  • Fiscal implications of alternative health policy designs
  • Implications of retirement age adjustment
  • Health policy and labour force participation
  • Life cycle analysis focused on health, ageing and retirement
  • Pension regulation
  • Longevity insurance mechanisms
  • Retirement policy design and inequality
  • The role of housing in retirement resources
  • Social pensions in emerging economies
  • Emerging economies and the changing role of families in retirement provision
  • Long-term care (aged care) policies and financing
  • Living to 100: managing health and wealth

If you would like to have some more information, go on the website: www.cepar.edu.au

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