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For a complete list of publications, please see the 2011 CEPAR Annual Report here


The changing face of ageing research & practice in Australia over the last 50 years.

Australasian Journal on Ageing, December 2011.

Everitt, A. V., Le Couteur D.G., and Kendig, H.


Labor supply and taxes: A survey.

Journal of Economic Literature, December 2011.

Keane, M.


Why do people postpone parenthood?Reasons and social policy incentives.

Human Reproduction Update, November-December 2011.

Mills, M., Rindfuss, R., McDonald, P.and te Velde, E.


How fast does the Grim Reaper walk? An ROC curve analysis in healthy men 70 and over.

British Medical Journal,December 2011.

Travison, T.G., Nguyen, A.H., Naganathan, V., Stanaway, F.F., Blyth, F.M., Cumming, R.G., Le Couteur, D.G., Sambrook, P.N., and Handelsman, D.J.


Understanding ageing in older Australians: The contribution of the DYNOPTA project to the evidence base and policy.

Australasian Journal on Ageing, October 2011.

Anstey, K.J., Bielak, A.M.M., Birrell, C.L., Browning, C.J., Burns, R.A., Byles, J., et al.


Modelling mortality with common stochastic long-run trends.

The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance Issues and Practive, October 2011.

Gaille, S., and Sherris, M.


The health of older women after high parity in Taft, Iran.

Asian Population Studies, October 2011.

Hosseini-Chavoshi M., Abbasi-Shavazi M.J., Engelman M., Agree E. and Bishai, D.

 Red-Cepar-Dot The global financial crisis and psychological health in a sample of Australian older adults: A longitudinal study.

Social Science & Medicine, October 2011.

Sargent-Cox, K., Butterworth, P., Anstey, K.J.

 Red-Cepar-Dot Longevity risk and capital markets: The 2010-2011 update.

The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance-Issues and Practice, October 2011.

Blake, D., Courbage, C., MacMinn, R. & Sherris, M.

 Red-Cepar-Dot Chronological age and age-related cognitive deficits are associated with an increase in multiple types of driving errors in late life.

Neuropsychology, September 2011.

Anstey, K.J., Wood, J.


Depressive symptoms predict decline in perceptual speed in older adulthood.

Psychology and Aging, September 2011.

Bielak, A.A., Gerstorf, D., Kiely, K.M., Anstey, K.J., Luszcz, M.


Olfactory impairment in older adults is associated with depressive symptoms and poorer quality of life scores.

American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, September 2011.

Gopinath, B., Anstey, K.J., Sue, C.M., Kifley, A., and Mitchell, P.


Ethnicity and falls in older men: low rates of falls in Italian-born men in Australia.

Age and Ageing, September 2011.

Stanaway, F.F., Cumming, R.G., Naganathan, V., Blyth, F.M., Handelsman, D.J., Le Couteur, D.G., Waite, L.M., Creasey, H.M., Seibel, M.J., and Sambrook, P.N.


Indigenous Australians are under-represented in longitudinal ageing studies.

Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, August 2011.

Anstey, K.J., Kiely, K.M., Booth, H., Birrell, C.L., Butterworth, P., Byles, J., Luszcz, M.A., Gibson, R.


Changes in reproductive hormone concentrations predict the prevalence and progression of the frailty syndrome in older men: The concord health and ageing in men project.

Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, August 2011.

Travison, T.G., Nguyen, A.H., Naganathan, V., Stanaway, F.F., Blyth, F.M., Cumming, R.G., Le Couteur, D.G., Sambrook, P.N., and Handelsman, D.J.


Longevity risk and the econometric analysis of mortality trends and volatility.

Asia-Pacific Journal of Risk and Insurance, July 2011.

Njenga, C. N., and Sherris, M.


Research and evaluation priorities: The report of the Productivity Commission on care of older people.

Australasian Journal on Ageing, June2011.

Kendig, H.


Human capital, taxes and labour supply.

Economic Record, June 2011.

Keane M.


Stochastic mortality, macroeconomic risks, and life insurer solvency.

The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice, June 2011.

Hanewald, K., Post, T., and Gründl, H.


Explaining mortality dynamics: the role of macroeconomic fluctuations and cause of death trend.

North American Actuarial Journal, April 2011.

Hanewald, K., Post, T., and Gründl, H.