CSIRO-Monash Superannuation Research Cluster

The CSIRO-Monash Superannuation Research Cluster is a a three year research collaboration between Australia’s CSIRO and four universities, with support from industry and government organisations.

The project aims to develop an evidence base, assisting policy-makers and industry to provide better outcomes and products for superannuation fund members and retirees.

For more details, download the Superannuation Cluster Review: 2013-2017

Cluster Members:

CSIRO-Monash logo

In association with industry leading stakeholders and research partners:

Corporate partners at May 2016

With the support of major industry bodies and government departments:

Professor Hazel Bateman of UNSW also provides advice to the Cluster.

Latest Reports

10/12/2016

Member Retirement Investment Behaviour and Performance WP2016-11

21/11/2016

A modelling framework for analysing the role of superannuation in Australia's financial system WP2016-09

18/11/2016

Superannuation and macroeconomic growth and stability WP2016-08

02/11/2016

Retirement savings trajectories: An analysis of the experience of fund members. Part Two: Individual and Peer Moderation Effects on Member Investment Choice WP2016-07

14/09/2016

Passive hedge funds WP2016-06

16/06/2016

The future of health and aged care expenditure in Australia WP2016-05

01/04/2016

Approaching retirement: The categories, timing and correlates of advice-seeking WP2016-10

08/03/2016

Superannuation Drawdown Behaviour: An Analysis Of Longitudinal Data WP2016-04

28/02/2016

Governance and funded pensions: European perspectives WP2016-03

26/02/2016

Public policy, age discrimination and Australian older workers: solutions in search of a problem? WP2016-02

19/02/2016

Retirement, Pension and Superannuation Outcomes for Indigenous Australians WP2016-01

30/08/2015

Retirement savings trajectories- An analysis of the experience of fund members Part One- Experience.pdf

30/08/2015

Superannuation and the allocative efficiency of capital supply.pdf

17/08/2015

Who makes the Financial Decisions? Intra-Household Evidence from Panel Data WP2015-06

30/06/2015

Superannuation Within a Financial CGE Model of the Australian Economy.pdf

29/06/2015

Locus of Control and Savings WP2015-04

31/05/2015

A Longitudinal Analysis of Superannuation Outcomes- Gender Differences WP2015-03

31/03/2015

The Viability of Alternative Indexation when Including All Costs WP2015-02

28/02/2015

The social construction of retirement and evolving policy discourse of working longer

31/12/2014

Withdrawal capacity in the face of expected and unexpected health and aged-care expenses during retirement

15/12/2014

Is Infrastructure An Asset Class? An Asset Pricing Approach WP2014-11

30/11/2014

The Demand for Advice in Defined Contribution Pension Plans

30/09/2014

A Lifecycle Perspective of Stock Market Performance and Wellbeing

12/09/2014

Patterns of Voluntary Worker Retirement Savings: a Longitudinal Analysis

31/08/2014

The Predictability of Australian Listed Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships Returns Using Asset Pricing Models WP2014-05

31/08/2014

Factors Affecting the Birth of and Fund Flows into CTAs

31/08/2014

The Predictability of Australian Listed Infrastructure Returns Using Asset Pricing Models

15/08/2014

Do Incentive Fees signal Skill? Evidence from the Hedge Fund Industry

31/07/2014

Gender Issues in European Pensions: some Australian Perspectives

28/02/2014

Understanding superannuation contribution decisions: Theory and evidence

30/11/2013

The sequencing risk threat to retirement adequacy from increased superannuation contributions

28/11/2013

Is fundamental indexation able to time the market? Evidence from the Dow Jones Industrial Average

27/08/2013

Systemic Risk Factors in the Returns of Australian PPP Bonds

30/06/2013

A Review of Retirement Savings Investment Behaviours: Theory and Evidence WP2013-01

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