Taskforce day, October 11

On Thursday, October 11 Netspar will host the first Taskforce day on the campus of Erasmus University in Rotterdam. More information on the program can be found below.

Netspar will be grouping the taskforces together to discuss ongoing papers on certain set days per year where 10 to 15 papers can be discussed in parallel sessions. These days will also provide an opportunity for a topical plenary session

Informed in part by the partner evaluation, Netspar hopes the taskforce days accomplish the following:

  • Earlier release of information on the meetings so that they can be planned earlier
  • Meeting the demand for more larger events on bundled topics
  • Giving participants an opportunity to learn about multiple topics/discussions and thus become more acquainted with the research underway
  • Bolstering the network function by enlarging the group of participants

The following papers will be discussed on October 11 (subject to change)

Towards an information architecture for personal financial planning
Marijn Janssen en Nitesh Bharosa
Abstract

Education, life expectancy and pension age: a comparison of 18 European countries
Wilma Nusselder
Abstract

Behavioral Option Value: Consumers Evaluations of Flexibility in Pension Plans
Sonja Wendel
Abstract

Labor participation among older workers in the Netherlands: Effects of pension incentives, the retirement age, and partial retirement
Tunga Kantarci
Abstract

Topping up; more insight into additional private elderly care in The Netherlands.
Arjen Hussem
Abstract

Abolition of the uniform contribution and uniform accrual system: towards a new pension tax framework
Bastiaan Starink
Abstract

Valuation of index-linked assets in incomplete markets
Sweder van Wijnbergen en Damiaan Chen
Abstract

Investing in human capital: An employer-employee perspective
Raymond Montizaan
Abstract

a Legal analysis of an (in)complete pension contract
Petra van Straten
Abstract

An European Perspective on working after retirement
Ellen Dingemans
Abstract

Well-appreciated but (too) Difficult Pensions Choices? Insights from the Swedish Premium Pension System
Thomas Post
Abstract

Locatie: Tilburg University Seminar Room K834 Warandelan 2 5037 AB Tilburg

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.

MORE ABOUT NETSPAR


Mission en strategy           •           Network           •           Organisation           •          Magazine
Netspar Brief            •            Actionplan 2015-2019           •           Researchagenda

ABOUT NETSPAR

Our partners

B20180327_logo_PGB-Pensioendiensten_grijswaarden
B20160708_aegon
B20160708_maastricht university
B20160708_B20160615_Stichting-van-de-Arbeid-logo
B20160708_radboud
View all partners