Professor James Banks gave the 2018 InstEAD Annual Lecture on ‘Extending working lives: a solution to the challenges of an ageing population?’
He gave an insightful perspective on the issue of an ageing population and argued that working longer was necessary to overcome some of the challenges of increased life expectancy.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, he said […]
The research has been cited as evidence in a 2017 report ‘Growing up with the internet’ from a House of Lords inquiry on Children and […]
InstEAD Affiliate Dan Gray presented the paper ‘Self-employment and health: Evidence from UK panel data’ at the University of Manchester Centre for Health Economics, as part of the Health Economics seminar series on 19th February 2018.
InstEAD PhD student Andrew Bryce presented his paper ‘Finding meaning through work: eudiamonic wellbeing and job type […]
InstEAD affiliates Steve McIntosh and Andy Dickerson have successfully secured funding from the Department for Education to continue the work of the Centre for Vocational Education Research (CVER), looking at topics such as vocational education and social mobility, and the regional demand for vocational skills. The centre brings together four internationally-renowned […]
InstEAD research staff and affiliates are presenting their work to economists from around the world at the Royal Economic Society (RES) Annual Conference at the University of Sussex on 26-28 March 2018.
InstEAD co-director Professor Sarah Brown will chair a session on Consumption and Saving and will present research on Financial Hardship and […]
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