CALL FOR PAPERS
The theme this year is ‘Financing Retirement in the 2020s and Beyond’.
In the interest of highlighting the theme we specifically invite submissions on:
- The long-term impact of COVID-19 on the pension landscape (including on labour markets, asset returns, pension/superannuation regulation, preservation of pension/superannuation assets, sustainability of public pensions)
- New retirement income products
- Financing aged care costs
- Use of housing assets to finance retirement
- Pensions/superannuation and climate change (including impacts on asset allocation and investment strategy)
Contributions are also welcome on other topics, which may include but are not limited to:
Retirement benefits, public pensions; sustainable fiscal policy; taxation of pensions; regulation and performance of pension and superannuation funds, choice architecture and defaults; inequality and pensions; financial product disclosure; financial literacy, financial education and financial advice; fintech solutions; cognition and financial decisions of the elderly; retirement planning; demographic trends; longevity and healthy life expectancy; gender issues in pensions and retirement.
Early career researchers and students are particularly encouraged to make a submission. A cash prize will be awarded for the ‘Best PhD Paper Presentation’.
The Colloquium will also host a special online session on ‘Financing retirement in the 2020s and beyond: The global experience’, sponsored by the International Pension Research Association (IPRA).
Expressions of interest to be included on the program of the 29th Colloquium on Pensions and Retirement Research and the IPRA sponsored special session are now open. A Submission Form is available here.
Please email the completed form along with a 300-word abstract and a full paper or an extended abstract (i.e., around 3 pages summarising background, proposed method and expected results) to firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submission is 14 August 2021.
If you would like to discuss a possible presentation, please contact Professor Hazel Bateman on email@example.com.