CREEi and the Retirement and Savings Institute (RSI) regularly organize informal academic seminars online. These allow researchers, from both internal and external teams, to present preliminary work in a brief format allowing for constructive informal exchanges.

Pierre-Carl Michaud, HEC Montréal
Understanding Cross-country Differences in Health Status and Expenditures,” December 6, 2021

Stefan StaubliUniversity of Calgary
“Measuring the Value of Disability Insurance from Take-Up Decisions,” November 22, 2021

Sebastian FleitasKU Leuven
Dynamic Incentives in Retirement Earnings-Replacement Benefits,” November 10, 2021

Bertrand AchouHEC Montréal
Nursing home aversion post-pandemic: Implications for savings and long-term care policy,” October 18, 2021

Markus PoschkeMcGill University
“Accounting for Wealth Concentration in Québec and Canada,” June 14, 2021

Adam LavecchiaMcMaster University
Permanent and Transitory Responses to Capital Gains Taxes: Evidence from a Lifetime Exemption in Canada,” April 26, 2021

Rory McGeeUniversity of Western Ontario
Old Age Savings and House Price Shocks,” April 13, 2021

Marianne Laurin, HEC Montréal
“Financial Literacy and the Timing of Tax-Preferred Savings Account Withdrawals,” March 29, 2021

Panos MargarisConcordia University
“Can Wealth Buy Health? A Model of Pecuniary and Non-Pecuniary Investments in Health,” March 15, 2021

Derek MessacarStatistique Canada and Memorial University of Newfoundland
“Loss-Averse Tax Manipulation and Tax-Preferred Savings,” February 15, 2021

Arthur CharpentierUQAM
Modeling Joint Lives within Families and Impact on Annuities,” February 1st, 2021

Marie-Louise LerouxUQAM
“Should we subsidize assisted reproductive technologies?,” January 18, 2021

Tatyana KoreshkovaConcordia University
“Nursing Homes in Equilibrium: Implications for Long-term Care Policies,” November 30, 2020

Minjoon LeeCarleton University
“Cognitive Decline, Self-Control, and Commitment Device,” November 16, 2020