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CEPAR's objectives are to:

  • Undertake evidence-based research to allow development of products and markets relevant to an ageing population.
  • Become a global intellectual hub for population ageing research, by combining in-house expertise with leading researchers globally in initiatives to target research issues and generate new outcome-oriented approaches to studying the population ageing process and its implications.
  • Engage with external stakeholders as an integral part of CEPAR's research activities to translate research outputs for government and industry to ensure better economic and health services and products for the community.
  • Produce original research, to be published in leading international academic journals, in each of the nominated fields, integrating them to advance knowledge globally.
  • Establish outstanding research capability to generate the evidence base and policy analysis required to anticipate and respond constructively to the demographic transition.
  • Create new cohorts of researchers with an enriched appreciation of cross-disciplinary contributions by training PhD students and early career researchers (ECRs), thus building high quality research capacity for the generation for which population change is especially crucial.