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We have a proven track record in evidence based research this coupled with rigorous control procedures, plus a strong transparent governance process ensures that we maintain our independence at all times.
The research that we produce is an essential part of the evidence based policy making process and is used frequently by Government, Parliament, industry, consumers, academics, trade bodies and the media to assist with the production of best policy outcomes.
We have been analysing future trends for nearly 20 years and are experts in analysing what demographic changes mean for policy. Simply put, we present high quality, accessible, rigorous, peer-reviewed research designed to facilitate the right conversations. By sponsoring research you will be supporting us with our vision to help improve later life outcomes by providing evidence to shape the future of policy.
Please contact Sarah Luheshi, PPI Deputy Director at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any ideas and suggestions or wish to discuss any of the work we undertake.
Starting at the end of 2019 we will be starting work on research looking at Our Future Life Moments. We will be actively looking for sponsorship for this research later in the year, if you would like to read further details of the scope of this project this can be downloaded via the link below.
Briefing Notes and Reports
We produce Briefing Notes on topical policy issues – please click here to see our more recent publications. In addition, we will sometimes publish reports on such topics, where they merit a more detailed investigation.
We respond to major Government consultations, Select Committees or other Parliamentary Inquiries on policy on pensions and retirement provision. Please click here to see our more recent submissions.
This guide gives a detailed description of the current UK pensions system. The guide is intended for people wanting to learn about the UK pensions policy framework.
We will be producing an updated guide for 2019 reflecting policy changes and benefit uprating announcements. The Primer reflects the current position of, and legislated future changes to, the UK pension system.. Please click here for the current version (updated June 2018).
We maintain a compendium of key facts and statistics on pensions and retirement provision in the UK. The aim is to collate into a single place a range of different statistics on demographic change, key state pension and private pension indicators. Key tables will be updated as new data becomes available. Pensions Facts can be viewed here.
Pensions Modelling and Development
The PPI has constructed a suite of micro-simulation models to analyse long-term outcomes from the current UK pensions system and possible reforms. Each year the PPI conducts a model update exercise in which the latest data are incorporated and the long-term assumptions are reviewed.
DWP Social and Economic Research Framework
The PPI is on the DWP’s Social and Economic Research Framework under the policy areas of Pensions and Ageing. The PPI welcomes contact with regards to collaborative work in these research areas.
Sponsored research can take different forms, and we are always looking for input from our members to feed into our research agenda. If you would like to discuss our current agenda or potential ideas for research please contact Sarah Luheshi, Deputy Director, email@example.com
Sponsorship is given to help fund the research, and does not necessarily imply agreement with, or support for, the analysis or findings from the project.
|Project Name||Sponsoring Organisation|
|Increased AE saving||Which?|
|Impact of different tax relief systems||NOW:Pensions|
|Care funding||Association of British Insurers|
|Charging structures||Smart Pension|
|Secured finance||AXA IM|
We are currently considering long term projects to apply for grant funding. If you would like to partner with us we would like to hear from you.