The Pension Policy Research Group annual conference will be held on Tuesday 21st June in Trinity College Dublin. The conference aims to promote discussion on current pension policy issues. It is intended for pension providers, regulators, trustees, advisors, academics and members of pension schemes
Do We Need a Radical Change in Pension Provision in Ireland?
Allocation of Time: Speakers - 20 minutes; Questions - 15 minutes after each two papers
08:45 Opening of the conference by David Begg Chairman of Pensions Authority
Income & Wealth, Gender & Working Life
09:00 Income and Wealth of Retired Persons in Ireland
Jim Stewart (Trinity College Dublin)
9:20 Gendered Impacts of Extended Working Life Policies in Austerity Countries.
Áine Ní Léime (NUI Galway), T. Addabbo, A. Liberaki, P. Perista, N. Duvvury (NUI Galway), P. Albuquerque, C. Finn,
9:55 Pensions and Taxation Across the EU
Emer Mulligan (NUI Galway) & Dinali Wijeratne (NUI Galway)
10:15 Tax Expenditure on Occupational Pensions in Ireland: Relevance, Cost & Distribution
Micheál Collins (Nevin Economic Research Institute) & Gerry Hughes (Trinity College Dublin)
10:50-11:10 Coffee Break
Auto-Enrollment or Social Insurance?
11:10 Mind the Gap! The divergence between age of retirement and age of entitlement in Ireland
Joe Larragy (NUI Maynooth)
11:30 What are the risks of automatic enrolment for employees? An analysis using a bounded rationality framework
Maureen Maloney (NUI Galway) & Alma McCarthy (NUI Galway
12:05 Auto-Enrol – Why the single item agenda?
Michelle Maher (NUI Maynooth)
12:25 A Universal Pension for Ireland
Eamon Murphy (Social Justice Ireland)
01:00 Close of conference
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