Explanation type publications
Netspar presents papers and publications in an online database. Here we distinguish between Industry Papers refereed and non-refereed and academic papers.
We would like to list this paper series for you:
INDUSTRY PAPER SERIES
INDUSTRY PAPER SERIES, REFEREED
- Survey Papers are part of the refereed Industry Paper Series, which are refereed by the Netspar Editorial Board. Survey papers provide a concise summary of the ever-growing body of scientific literature on the effects of an aging society and, in addition, provide support for a better theoretical underpinning of policy advice. Netspar Survey papers attempt to present an overview of the latest, most relevant research, explain it in non-technical terms and offer a summary of the policy implications. Survey Papers are presented for discussion at Netspar events. Representatives of academic and private sector partners, are invited to these events. Survey Papers are published at the Netspar website.
- Design Papers are part of the refereed Industry Paper Series, which are refereed by the Netspar Editorial Board. Design Papers discuss the design of a component of a pension system or product. A Netspar Design Paper analyzes the objective of a component and the possibilities for improving its efficacy. These papers are easily accessible for industry specialists who are responsible for designing the component being discussed. Authors are allowed to give their personal opinion in a separate section. Design Papers are presented for discussion at Netspar events. Representatives of academic and private sector partners, are invited to these events. Design Papers are published at the Netspar website.
INDUSTRY PAPER SERIES, NON-REFEREED
- Netspar Briefs are part of the Industry Paper Series, are intended to spotlight certain research findings and bring them to the attention of a wide circle of pension professionals, policymakers, and academicians. These provide the building blocks for a well-informed debate on the Dutch pension system. In a Netspar Brief, research in the areas of pensions and aging is summarized in an accessible manner, with a particular focus on analysis and interpretation. The briefs are released under the editorship of the Netspar Board of Directors and published on the Netspar website.
- Occasional Papers are part of the Industry Paper Series, but non-refereed. They are highly topical, or act as a background paper to other (refereed and non-refereed) Netspar publications. Occasional Papers are published on the Netspar website.
- Publications in Industry-oriented journals.
ACADEMIC PAPER SERIES
Netspar Discussion Papers
A Netspar Discussion Paper is part of the Netspar Academic Paper Series. It is a working paper, often aiming at publication in a Journal. Discussion Papers cover issues that fit within the Netspar Research Agenda, and are often discussed with scholars at the Netspar’s academic events. Discussion Papers are published on the Netspar website.
Publications in Academic-oriented journals.
MSc, BSc and PhD theses with a Netspar related topic..