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You are welcome to use the Pensions Policy Institute's research but please reference any material appropriately.We are always interested in ideas and suggestions for topics for future research and Briefing Notes. Please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Luheshi, PPI Deputy Director on 020 7848 3744 or email sarah@pensionspolicyinstitute.org.uk if you have any ideas and suggestions or wish to discuss any of the work we undertake.

 

  • Are Personal Accounts suitable for all?

    Auto-enrolment into private pension provision has potential advantages and should lead to an increase in the number of people saving for retirement. There is a broad degree of consensus for the...

    03 NOV 2006
  • PPI Additional case studies for Scottish Widows

    The Government published proposals for reform of the state pension system in May 2006. Scottish Widows sponsored the Pensions Policy Institute to produce a series of case studies illustrating the...

    02 NOV 2006
  • PPI Case studies for Scottish Widows

    The Government published proposals for reform of the state pension system in May 2006. Scottish Widows sponsored the Pensions Policy Institute to produce a series of case studies illustrating the...

    01 NOV 2006
  • PPI Case studies for the Runnymede Trust

    The Government published proposals for reform of the state pension system in May 2006. As part of a study into the impact that these reforms will have on individuals from Black and Minority Ethnic...

    02 SEP 2006
  • The Guarantee Credit & state pension age: A PPI paper for the TUC

    The Government proposed in the recent White Paper that state pension age (SPA) should be increased to age 66 by 2026, 67 by 2036 and age 68 by 2046. One concern often expressed about increases in SPA...

    01 SEP 2006
  • An evaluation of the White Paper state pension reform proposals

    The Government published its proposals for reform of the state pension system in May 2006. The proposals are largely based on the preferred approach of the Pensions Commission, though there are some...

    01 JUL 2006
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