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Bernard Casey

Bernard H Casey left IER in 2016

Bernard Casey is an economist by training who joined IER in 2007. He worked on the economic implications of societal ageing has been concerned with employment in later life, work and health, transitions to retirement, employment-related social security and long-term care of the frail elderly. More information on Bernard's projects.

Selected publications

  • Casey, B. (2014) 'From pension funds to piggy banks: (Perverse) consequences of the Stability and Growth Pact since the crisis' International Social Security Review 67 (1), 27 - 48 [article]

All publications

All conference presentations

 

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Principal Research Fellow