WEBINAR

A couple times a year, Netspar hosts free Dutch spoken webinars on a topical issue or on recent publications. The purpose of these is to share easily accessible knowledge and facilitate a dialogue. You can watch the presentations live and ask questions in a chat. Upcoming webinars are listed in our Events calendar.

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We use Microsoft Teams for most of our webinars. You can register via our website. When you register for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation. Shortly before the start you will receive a reminder by e-mail with a link.

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All you need to take part in a Netspar webinar is a laptop or tablet with a fast internet connection. Note: it works best in the browsers Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. With older versions of Internet Explorer, you may experience difficulties watching the webinar.

REVIEW WEBINARS

Some of our webinars are being recorded, these are listed below for you to watch.

Flashwebinar: Pop-up college: Why is our pension system changing Marike Knoef (LEI) and Kees Goudswaard (LEI) – November 3, 2021
The Dutch pension system has been one of the best systems in the world for many years. Yet about half of the people in the Netherlands are concerned about their pension. The system is being reformed. Why is that necessary? In collaboration with “Wijzer in Geldzaken”, Netspar organized two short 20-minute ‘flash webinars’ about pensions during the “Pensioendriedaagse”.

Flashwebinar: Part-time retirement: do or don’t? Hanna van Solinge (NIDI) – November 4, 2020
Part-time retirement: do or don’t? It is often seen as an ideal opportunity to wind down a career. Yet few employees use it, but why? In collaboration with “Wijzer in Geldzaken”, Netspar organized two short 20-minute ‘flash webinars’ about pensions during the “Pensioendriedaagse”.

Flashwebinar: What does the pension agreement change? Bas Werker (TiU) – November 3, 2020
What does the pension agreement change? There is an agreement, but what exactly does it say? And what not yet? In collaboration with “Wijzer in Geldzaken”, Netspar organized two short 20-minute ‘flash webinars’ about pensions during the “Pensioendriedaagse”.

Webinar Organization of a tax framework in the event of abolition of the average system “Limited compensation options in the event of abolition of the average system”, Bastiaan Starink (TiU) – March 10, 2020
Download presentation here.
Download the paper Pension Agreement Tax Framework (n Dutch) here by Bastiaan Starink and Michael Visser (Tilburg University).

Webinar Sustainable employability and lifelong learning, Raymond Montizaan (UM) – January 16, 2020
Raymond Montizaan (Maastricht University) discusses an overview of the facts and fables surrounding sustainable employability and lifelong learning based on research findings.
Download the presentation here.
Download the paper paper Train to retain: Training opportunities, positive reciprocity, and expected retirement age by Andries de Grip, Didier Fouarge, Raymond Montizaan & Bert Schreurs here.
Download other papers of Raymond Montizaan here on the Netspar website.

Choice architecture for pension saving for the self-employed, Jona Linde (UM) – November 26, 2019
Many self-employed people save significantly less for retirement than employees. Does less saving actually mean too little saving? And how do you encourage the group that will soon be short to save? Jona Linde (Maastricht University) discusses insights into the behavioral differences between employees and the self-employed and the effects of choice architecture on pension savings.
Download the presentation here.

Boosting Pension Awareness, Marike Knoef (Leiden University) – 23 May 2019
How much do Dutch people know about pensions and retirement? How do various groups of people rate their own level of knowledge? And how much do framing and the use of social media compel people to delve into their own retirement situation?

Flashwebinar: Has my pension money been invested fairly and sustainably?
Arjen van der Heide (LEI) en Natascha van der Zwan (LEI) – November 3, 2021

Dutch pension funds are increasingly paying attention to sustainable investing. But what does sustainable investing actually mean? And how do we measure and know when pension fund’s investments are sustainable? In collaboration with “Wijzer in Geldzaken”, Netspar organized two short 20-minute ‘flash webinars’ about pensions during the “Pensioendriedaagse”.

Flashwebinar: A carefree future? Pension is indispensable for this. Marike Knoef (Netspar) – November 3, 2020
A carefree future? Who would not want that? Pension is indispensable for this. But what exactly is a pension? And can you be carefree? In collaboration with “Wijzer in Geldzaken”, Netspar organized two short 20-minute ‘flash webinars’ about pensions during the “Pensioendriedaagse”.

Webinar which interpretation to choose in a new pension contract?, Bas Werker (TiU) – December 10, 2019
Bas Werker (TiU) explains the differences and similarities between the two contracts and discusses the points of interest on the way to the intended goal: a good pension for everyone now and in the future.
Download the presentation here.

Customization in Pension Communications, Leo Lentz (Utrecht University) – October 8, 2019
Customization in pension communications leads to greater pension engagement. But what exactly does customization entail? And to what degree is it already being applied?

Working Past the Retirement Age, Kène Henkens (NIDI) – March 14, 2019
Who are the people who are working past their retirement age? What are the circumstances under which they choose to do so? And what effect does this have on their well-being?
Download the presentation here.

Financial Planning and Choice Architecture, Marcel Lever (CPB) – December 12, 2018
In the quickly evolving world of pensions and retirement, the importance of comprehensive financial planning is growing. What choices and options do people have? And what kind of choice architecture can help people make decisions they will not regret?
Download the presentation here.

Last modified January 27, 2022.

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