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Intergenerational Transmission and Gender Relations in African Migrant Families

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing Michaelmas 2011 Seminar Series "The question of gender within an ageing society' 24 November  2011 Intergenerational Transmission and Gender...


Philosopher K.J. Morris lectures on 'Age, Gender and Beauty Practices'

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing Michaelmas 2011 Seminar Series "The question of gender within an ageing society' 17 November  2011 'The Age of Beauty and the Beauty of ...


Professor Julia Twigg lectures on 'Clothing and the Embodiment of Age'

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing Michaelmas 2011 Seminar Series "The question of gender within an ageing society' 3 November 2011 ‘Clothing and the Embodiment of Age’...


Gendered Ageism: Older Women in Employment

The OIA Trinity Term Seminar Series are hosting on Thursday 9th June Professor Wendy Loretto from the University of Edinburgh, who will present a lecture on ‘Gendered Ageism - Older Women in ...


'Working till you drop’ – Designing work for older people

OIA's first seminar in the series convened by Kate Hamblin  ‘Work, Wellbeing and Retirement’ for the Trinity Term has been launched on 5th may with a talk by Prof. Peter Buckle...


OIA contributes to 2010 WEF Global Report

World Economic Forum Global Agenda Report 2010 Council on Ageing Society Contribution by: Sarah Harper > Download PDF > WEF website


Social Security in an Ageing World: OIA reports for the International Social Security Association

The International Social Security Association has published a report from Professor Sarah Harper in its periodical issue 'Social Policy Highlight', addressing the demographic challenge...


Study proposes variable state pension age based on healthy life expectancy

        Key findings from a new paper, ‘Living longer and prospering?’ by the Oxford Institute of Ageing and Club Vita: Current state pension sys...


Wellbeing in Rural China: A Study Using the Day Reconstruction Method

The OIA's Michaelmas Term 2010 Seminar Series on the Economics of Ageing have hosted a closing lecture by  Dr. Winnie Yip from the Department of Public Health, University of Oxford, who ha...


Analyzing How China's Elderly Finance Their Consumption

The OIA Seminar Series have hosted on 25th November  Dr. Albert Park (University of Oxford; Yan Shen, Peking University) on a lecture entitled: 'Relying on Whom? Analyzing How China's ...


National Transfer Accounts: Concepts and first UK Estimates

Dr. David McCarthy (Imperial College London) has lectured at OIA on 'National Transfer Accounts: Concepts and first UK Estimates' as part of the Economics of Ageing Seminar Series (18/...


Impact of Long-run Population Dynamics on UK Consumer Demand

Dr. Melanie Lührmann from the Institute for Fiscal Studies, London, has presented a guest lecture for the OIA Michaelmas Seminar Series on 11th November entitled: 'The Impact of long-run P...


Intergenerational Cohesion and the Political Economy of Pension Reform

Professor Axel Boersch-Supan, Director of the Mannheim Research Institute for the Economics of Aging (MEA) has discussed  Intergenerational Cohesion and the Political Economy of Pension Refor...


Demography and the Household Saving Rate in Japan

The OIA  Seminar Series on the Economics of Ageing have hosted on Thursday 21st October  Professor John Muellbauer (Nuffield College, University of Oxford), who gave a talk on Demography ...


Population Ageing: crisis or opportunity?

Professor John Ermisch  (University of Essex) has presented the lecture: 'Population Ageing: Crisis or Opportunity', as part of the OIA Michaelmas Seminar Series, on 28 October 2010. ...