Grants

ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research 2011-2019

Amount: $12.7 million plus industry and university support
Investigators:  John Piggott; Kaarin Anstey, Australian National University; Bob Cumming, University of Sydney; Michael Keane; Hal Kendig, University of Sydney; Peter McDonald, Australian National University; Michael Sherris; Alan Woodland; Richard Disney, University of Nottingham; Hanming Fang, University of Pennsylvania; Carol Jagger, Newcastle University, UK; Olivia Mitchell, Wharton School, Pennsylvania; and James Nazroo, University of Manchester
Partner organisations:  AMP; Commonwealth Treasury; Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA); Department of Health and Ageing; Medibank Community Fund; New South Wales Government; PricewaterhouseCoopers; University of Nottingham; University of Pennsylvania; Newcastle University; and the University of Manchester.

ARC Discovery 2011-2016

Amount: $409,230 (including Australian Professorial Fellowship)
Project: Integrating Public and Private Retirement Risk Protection: Public Policy and Business Practice
Investigators: John Piggott; Olivia Mitchell, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; and Richard Disney, University of Nottingham

ARC Linkage 2011-2013

Amount: $137,420 plus industry support
Project: Developing Sustainable Retirement Policy in a Chinese Province: the Case of Zhejiang
Investigators: John Piggott; Michael Sherris; Hazel Bateman; Xian-Guo Yao, Zhejiang University
Partner organisation: Institute for Public Policy, Zhejiang Province

ARC Linkage 2008-2012

Amount: $1,289,945 plus industry support
Project: Managing Longevity Risk: Quantification and Implications for Products, Markets, Risk Management and Solvency
Investigators: Michael Sherris; John Evans; Changki Kim; Emiliano Valdez, University of Connecticut; Olivia Mitchell, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Erik Hernaes, Ragnar Frisch Centre for Economic Research.
Partner organisations: PwC Global; Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority; and the World Bank

ARC/NHMRC Ageing Well Ageing Productively (AWAP) Program 2006-2011

Amount: $2,000,000
Project: Working Longer: Policy Reforms and Practice Innovations
Investigators: John Piggott; Philip Bohle, University of Sydney; Ching Choi, Australian National University; Peter McDonald, Australian National University; Alan Woodland