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2022

6. PI-2206.  Nudges and Networks:  How to use Behavioural Economics to Improve Life Cycle Savings-Consumption Balance.  David Blake.  June 2022.  PDF.  (654KB).
5. PI-2205.  Good Practice Principles in Modelling Defined Contribution Pension Plans.  Kevin Dowd & David Blake.  March 2022.  PDF.  (1.20MB).
4. PI-2204.
  Projecting Mortality Rates to Extreme Old Age with the CBDX Model.  Kevin Dowd & David Blake.  January 2022.  PDF.  ( 539KB)
3. PI-2203 Quantifying loss aversion: Evidence from a UK population survey.  David Blake, Edmund Cannon & Douglas Wright.  January 2022.  PDF. (2MB )
2. PI-2202A General Framework for Analysing the Mortality Experience of a Large Portfolio of Lives: With an Application to the UK Universities Superannuation Scheme. Andrew Cairns, David Blake, Kevin Dowd, Guy Coughlan, Owen Jones & Jeffrey Rowney.  PDF.  (1,632KB)
1. PI-2201. Smart defaults: Determining the number of default funds in a pension scheme.  David Blake, Mel Duffiled, Ian Tonks, Alistair Haig, Dean Blower, & Laura MacPhee.  January 2022.  PDF.  (1,461KB).

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