Research Unit

Pensions and Sustainable Financial Markets

Private investors and financial institutions are facing major challenges. Demographic change, digitalisation and climate change have far-reaching effects on old-age provision, savings behaviour, interest rates, financing conditions and the competitive environment in financial markets. The Research Unit “Pensions and Sustainable Financial Markets” analyses the challenges posed by these global trends to pension systems and the financial sector. The unit has two focal areas: household finance and banks and financial intermediation. Researchers conduct simulation studies and microeconometric analyses using government statistics and survey data. In view of these long-term trends, they generate evidence-based policy recommendations for sustainable pension systems and a financial architecture in Europe adapted to the changing macroeconomic conditions.

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Prof. Dr. Tabea Bucher-Koenen

Prof. Dr. Tabea Bucher-Koenen

Head

Pensions and Sustainable Financial Markets

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Dr. Karolin Kirschenmann

Dr. Karolin Kirschenmann

Deputy

Pensions and Sustainable Financial Markets

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Dr. Michael Schröder

Dr. Michael Schröder

Senior Researcher

Pensions and Sustainable Financial Markets

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