PhD meeting on Pensions 2022
We are very pleased to announce that the annual PhD Meeting on Pensions, an initiative of ITEM of Maastricht University and CCP of Tilburg University, will again take place in 2022. This year we are excited that also Netspar will join us in hosting this event. On Tuesday June 28, 2022, we would like to welcome you to this meeting at Tilburg University.
The meeting seeks to bring together PhD students with a research focus on pensions and related topics. It has a multidisciplinary scope, welcoming researchers from all disciplines. As a PhD student you will get the opportunity to present and discuss your research, expand your network and find collaborative opportunities. We will also organize one or two interesting workshops on communication and networking to provide you with inspiration and skills for your research practice. Senior researchers are very much encouraged to join us on the 28th to reflect on and stimulate the discussion. Please forward the invitation to fellow researchers with a research focus on pensions.
You can register by clicking the link and let us know if you are willing to present your research.
We look forward to welcoming you in Tilburg!
Prof. dr. Anouk Bollen-Vandenboorn (Maastricht University),
Prof. dr. Bastiaan Starink (Tilburg University),
Prof. dr. Mathijs van Dijk (Erasmus University Rotterdam & Netspar)
Tuesday June 28, 2022
12.00 - 16.30 12.00 Walk- in with lunch 12:20 Round of Pitches (during lunch) 12.30 Opening 12.45 PhD presentations & feedback
· Ruth Sierens (KU Leuven): The family dimension of statutory pensions in a changing social context: a study on the solidarisation of an asymmetric division between care and labour· Thijs Kamma (Maastricht University): Lower Partial Moments Minimisation: Results for an Affine Term Structure Model
· Gerd Gebhard (Luxembourg): Cross-border taxation of occupational pensions
· Caroline Knebel (Goethe University Frankfurt): Household finance, financial literacy, old-age provision
14.15 Intermezzo – Workshop Linkedin 14.45 PhD presentations & feedback
· Sander Kramer (Maastricht University): Effective Cross-Border Pension Information in the Face of Multi-Level Legal Systems
· Yadi Yang (Erasmus University): Discretionary Retirement Savings Decisions: A Joint Model of How Much and How to Invest
· Sarah Knoops (Antwerpen University): Non-discrimination in Occupational Pensions
· Lieske Coumans (Tilburg University): Parameter Uncertainty, Robust Portfolio Choice
16.15 Closing 16.30 Drinks