Learning together from risk preference surveys
The aim of this research is to aggregate and analyze data from various RPSs (risk preference surveys) in the pension sector in order to learn faster. How big are the differences between methods, between target groups, and between periods in which RPSs have been carried out? In other words, what can we say about and learn from the heterogeneity? A guideline for the methodologies that we want to compare is the Service Document of the Pension Federation. Where possible, we can make a link to people’s actual (financial) behaviour.