Stanford University

To support a conference series in order to foster more research and policy discussion about changing labor market institutions to accommodate increased longevity

  • Amount $599,839
  • City Stanford, CA
  • Investigator John Shoven
  • Year 2017
  • Program Research
  • Sub-program Working Longer

The annual Stanford Institute Economic Research (SIEPR) Working Longer Conferences allow researchers working at the intersection of aging and work to present their findings, compare approaches, imagine new projects, and get constructive feedback from fellow researchers. Over the past four years, more than 90 different scholars have presented high-quality research as authors, co-authors, or discussants, and each conference has averaged 60 to 70 attendees. The conferences also provide the opportunity for Sloan to identify new potential grantees and to introduce and welcome junior scholars to the community of working longer researchers. This grant provides funds to Stanford University to continue organizing, administering, and hosting the SIEPR Working Longer conferences for an additional three years.

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