Knowledge Overview 2020
As a knowledge network, Netspar is looking for answers to many questions about financing the old age. In addition to academic research, we develop knowledge that is directly relevant and applicable to practice. We do this in collaboration with our partners; experts from the government and the pension and insurance industry. We make the results accessible to a wide audience. In this annual overview, you will see what practice-oriented research we achieved in 2020.
Using social norms to activate pension plan members: insights from practice
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Total overview of industry oriented output in 2020
- Using big data to develop best senior living concepts, Ioulia Ossokina, Theo Arentze
- Do financial incentives stimulate partially disabled persons to return to work?, Tunga Kantarci, Jan Maarten van Sonsbeek
- To what extent can partial retirement ensure retirement income adequacy?, Tunga Kantarci, Jochem Zweerink
- Public Money for Private Elderly Care, Arjen Hussem, Marianne Tenand, Pieter Bakx
- Better Coinsurance Risk Sharing in Nursing Home Care, Bram Wouterse, Arjen Hussem, Rob Aalbers
- Home care use after the Dutch long-term care reform in 2015, Pieter Bakx, Eddy van Doorslaer, Pilar García-Gómez, Sara Rellstab
- Ageing and absenteeism: impact on the insurance preferences of employers, Remco Mallee, Raymond Montizaan