Interpreting the Intergenerational Report
Wednesday, 8 April 2015 from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm (AEST)
To improve public understanding and stimulate community discussion about the potential impact of population ageing on economic growth, workforce and public finances in Australia over the next 40 years, the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research is proud to present a Public Forum on the 2015 Intergenerational Report.
Speakers will include:
- The Hon. Joe Hockey MP, Treasurer
- Professor Peter McDonald, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University and CEPAR Deputy Director
- Matt Crooke, Principle Advisor, Budget Policy Division, Fiscal Group, Treasury
- Craig Dunn, Panel Member Financial System Inquiry, former CEO AMP
- Professory Hazel Bateman, School of Risk and Actuarial Studies, UNSW and CEPAR Associate Investigator
- Professor Hal Kendig, Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing, Australian National University and CEPAR Chief Investigator
- Professor Peter Whiteford, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University and CEPAR Associate Investigator
- Professor Philip Clarke, Melbourne School of Populaiton and Global Health, University of Melbourne
- Ian Yates, Chief Executive, COTA
- Serena Wilson, Deputy Secretary, Department of Social Services
- John Fraser, Secretary to the Treasury
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ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) is a collaboration between academia, government and industry. The Centre is based at UNSW Australia with nodes at the Australian National University and the Univeristy of Sydney. It aims to establish Australia as a world leader in the field of population ageing research through a unique combination of high level, cross-disciplinary expertise drawn from Economics, Psychology, Epidemiology, Actuarial Science, and Demography.
CEPAR is actively engaged with a range of influential government and industry partners to cooperatively deliver outcomes to meet the challenges of population ageing. It is building a new generation of researchers to global standard with an appreciation of the multidisciplinary nature of population ageing.