As knowledge partner to the SPO educational institute, Netspar develops short knowledge clips for pension fund managers. These microlearning modules are part of the SPO Perform online knowledge platform for pension fund managers. In addition to the videos, Netspar research is also shared in the form of one pagers and webinars.

Theo Nijman: ‘Three dimensions of a more personal pension’Engelse versie

There is much confusion about the concept of personal pension. Moreover, it is often seen as a black and white choice. Theo Nijman unravels the three dimensions of a more personal pension: personal assets, personal contributions and personal management.

Theo Nijman: ‘Participants perspective on possible contract variants’Engelse versie

Theo Nijman (TiU and Netspar) provides a brief explanation of the two contract variants that play a role in a possible pension agreement. He also discussed how potential wishes of participants match these contracts.

Marike Knoef: ‘Current status of wealth creation among Dutch households’ Engelse versie
Marike Knoef: ‘ Spending needs after retirement’ Engelse versie

Reading tip
Can the Dutch meet their own retirement expenditure goals?, DP 10/2014-046, Jochem de Bresser, Marike Knoef

Theo Nijman: ‘The new pensionsystem’Engelse versie
Michel Vellekoop: “Solidarity in sharing longevity risksEngelse versie

Shared Interests for Longer: On Solidarity and Sharing Longevity Risk, Brief 13, Anja De Waegenaere, Michel Vellekoop

Lisa Büggen: ‘About an optimal choice architecture in pensions’ Engelse versie

Emoties en langetermijnbeslissingen op financieel gebied: Relevantie en meting, Survey Paper 51 – juni 2018, Luuk Perik, Thomas Post, Lisa Brüggen Engelse versie
Life events and participant engagement in pension plans, Design Paper 93 – november 2017, Matthew Blakstad, Elisabeth Brüggen, Thomas Post
Keuze architectuur in de pensioensector, Design Paper 88 – oktober 2017, Elisabeth Brüggen, Thomas Post, Kimberley van der Heijden Engelse versie

Netspar, Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement, is a thinktank and knowledge network. Netspar is dedicated to promoting a wider understanding of the economic and social implications of pensions, aging and retirement in the Netherlands and Europe.


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