Prof Ebbinghaus gave a talk on “Remodeling Pillars and Tiers: the social consequences for coverage and adequacy of pensions in Europe” at the Pension Authority Conference in Dublin on 2 March 2017. [Download slides: Ebbinghaus_Pensions_Dublin_2017]
Starting his new position as Professor of Social Policy at University of Oxford, Bernhard Ebbinghaus gives a public lecture in the seminar series of the Department of Social Policy and Intervention on:
Hilary Term, Week 1, Thursday 19 January 2017, 5 p.m.
Pension marketization and old age inequalities: from old to new social risks?
Comparative Social Policy and Inequality Seminar Series- Hilary Term 2017
All lectures are from 17:00 – 18:30, including an opportunity for questions and discussion, and will each be held in the Violet Butler Room at Barnett House. Department of Social Policy and Intervention, University of Oxford.
Confidence always forms the basis for a successful transition
Despite the fact that confidence in pension funds, government actors, and social partners is under pressure, it remains the foundation for the pension systems in the Netherlands and Germany. ‘Implementing change is only possible once consensus has been reached,’ says German sociologist Bernhard Ebbinghaus. (…)
Read more on this topic inNetspar Magazine No. 20 / 2016
Netspar, the Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement, is a Dutch ‘think tank’ and knowledge network based at University of Tilburg: http://www.netspar.nl
Interview (in German) on pension reforms in Germany and Europe
Armes Deutschland? Der Mannheimer Soziologie-Professor Bernhard Ebbinghaus im Interview über die Grenzen unseres Rentensystems, steigende Altersarmut – und Lösungen. Bestzeit Plus, November 2016.