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Pensions Research Network

27 May 2010

Keeping abreast with research in the field of pensions, retirement and ageing

The latest Pensions Research Network (PRN) workshop took place on Friday 21 May.

The first speaker was Professor John Macnicol (LSE, pictured), who considered ageism and sex discrimination. The second presentation was by Dr Wendy Loretto (Edinburgh University), who provided insights into women's retirement, while the final paper was by Dr Paul Cox (Exeter), who examined finance in the design and investment of pensions.

A lively and insightful discussion followed the presentations. 

You can find out more about the Pensions Research Network.


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