Presenting three thought papers which consider how behavioural impediments to informed decision making regarding pension investments can be overcome.
The government's complex method of means testing for social care should be replaced by a fairer and simplified approach, according to a new study from Cass Business School.
Academics have developed a new way to model socio-economic differences in mortality rates - using an affluence index.
New research proposes a means of limiting the impact on sustainability that the current trend of decreasing birth rates and increasing life expectancy may have on pay-as-you-go pensions systems.
Research from Cass Business School and the International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK) has found growing inequalities in adult life expectancy.
The problem of how to pay for care in later life is a major policy issue throughout the developed world. A new research paper looks at ways of using the value in property to solve the challenge of meeting the costs of those care needs.
The aim of the Global Reinsurance Masterclass Series is to support (re)insurance and broking companies in analysing their position and improving their competitiveness during a period of global change.
A rock and roll lifestyle has traditionally been perceived as having a 27 year cut-off point, but recent research shows that it's their late 60s that rock stars really need to worry about.