SYSTEMY ZABEZPIECZENIA SPOŁECZNEGO WOBEC WYZWAŃ DEMOGRAFICZNYCH, EKONOMICZNYCH I TECHNOLOGICZNYCH

IV MIĘDZYNARDOWA KONEFERENCJA NAUKOWA

Program

24 September 2015 (Thursday)

9.00 – 10.00

Registration, coffee

10.00 –10.15

Official opening of the conference.

Session I: Challenges to pension systems in XXI century – Part 1.

Chaired by prof. Gerard Hughes, Visiting Professor, School of Business Trinity College Dublin

10.15 – 10.45

Prof. Marek Góra, SGH-Polish Pension Group
Financing pension transfers vs. remunerating production factors: The challenge of the 21st century

10.45 – 11.00

Prof. Bernard Casey, Wawrick University

Pension Reforms in the Balkans and their neighbours

11.00 – 11.15

Dr Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak, SGH-Polish Pension Group

Impact of the changes in multi-pillar pension systems in the CEE countries on  individual pension wealth

11.15 – 11.40

Discussion

11.40 – 12.10

Coffee Break

12.10 – 12.25     

Prof. John Turner, Pensions Institute, Washington, Gerard Hughes, Gerard Hughes, Visiting Professor, School of Business Trinity College Dublin

Demographic challenge and longevity insurance benefits for public pensionreform  

12.25 – 12.40

Prof. Filip Chybalski, Lodz University of Technology

Adequacy and Efficinecy Across Different Regimes

12.40 – 12.55

Krzysztof Hegemejer, Collegium Civitas, ICRA Fundation

Michał Polakowski, ICRA Fundation

Balancing sustainability adequacy of the pension system: the case of N(DC) and its Polish version

12.55 – 13.10
Dr Joanna Ratajczak-Tuchołka, Poznań University of Economics
Gender in the private (supplementary) pension systems in Germany

13.10 – 13.40

Discussion

13.40 – 14.20  

LUNCH

Session II: Challenges to pension systems in XXI century - Part 2

Chaired by dr hab. Marek Szczepański, prof. nazdw., Poznań Univesity of Technology

14.20–14.35

Prof. Jaroslav Vostatek , Univesity of Finance and Administration, Prague, Czech Republic

Child pension and free rider taxation

14.35–14.50

Chines scientist ?

14.50–15.15 

Discussion

15.15–15.35

Coffee break

15.35–15.50

Jeko Milev, University of National and World Economy, Sofia, Bulgaria

PAYG versus fully funded pension system – alternative or complimentary components of pension system – the case of Bulgaria

15.50 – 16.05

Dr Kamila Bielawska, Univesity of Gdansk

Pension reforms and long-term sustainability of public finances of the Central-Eastern European Countries 

16.05 – 16.25

Dr Radosław Kurach, Wrocław University of Economics

How hazardous behavior can deliever more adequate pensions?

16.25-16.40

Discussion

20.00

Dinner, Ratuszowa Restaurant, Old-Town Market

(Stary Rynek) No. 55 in Poznań

25 September 2015 (Friday)

Session III: Challenges to pension systems in XXI century - Part 3

Chaired by prof. Filip Chybalski, Lodz University of Technology

9.00 – 9.15

 

Adam Sołdek, President of PTE PZU Pension Company

Asset alocation in the Polish pension system               

9.15 – 9.30

 

Marcin Wojewódka, Wojewódka & Wspólnicy

The impact of trade unions on occupational pension schemes in Poland

9.30 – 9.45

 

Dr Joanna Rutecka, PPG-SGH, Warsaw School of Economics

Old-age pension benefits in Poland – do they meet changing needs of the retired?

9.45 – 10.00

Discussion

10.00 – 10.15

 

Dr Maria del Carmen Boado-Penas, Univeristy of Liverpool, United Kingdom

Optimal strategies for pay-as-you-go pension finance: a sustainability framework

10.15 – 10.30

 

Dr Macin Bartkowiak, Poznan University of Economics

Modeling longevity risk

10.30 – 10.45

 

Mgr Joanna Adamska-Mieruszewska, University of Gdansk

Individual pension savings plans  in the context of saving tendencies in Poland  

10.45 – 11.00

Patrycja Kowalczyk-Rólczyńska, Uniwersytet Wrocławski (Wrocław University)

The role of a reverse mortgage in pension security

11.00 – 11.15

Discussion

11.15 – 11.40

Coffee Break

Session IV: Demographical impact on public policy, labour market, health care and long term care systems

Chaired by Chaired by prof. Tadeusz Zaborowski, Poznań University of Technology

11.40 – 12.00

Prof. Elżbieta Gołata, Poznań University of Economics

Demographic Perspectives of Poland –Economic and Social Consequences

12.00 – 12.15

 

Dr Zofia Czepulis Rutkowska, IPiSS, Warsaw

Long term care in comparative perspective

12.15 – 12.30

 

Dr hab. Olgierd Lissowski, profesor nadzw. PP        

Challenges for the European Social Model

12.30 – 12.45

 

Dr Marta Borda, Wroclaw University of Economics    

Financial situation of households in Poland in the context of development  of private healthcare financing  mechanism            

12.45 – 13.15

 

Discussion

13:15 – 14:00

LUNCH

14.00-14.15

Dr Michał A. Michalski, Adam Mickiewicz University

Culture behind the demographic decline. What happened to the “Big Why” of the Western Civilization

14.15-14.30

Dr Małgorzata Gajowiak, Poznan University of Technology

Social capital. Older people. Age management

14.30-14.45

Dr Mariusz Dybał, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Equity release schemes

14.45-15.00

Mgr inż. Wioleta Dębczyńska, prof. Tadeusz Zaborowski, Poznań University of Technology

Social responsibility of insurance companies

15.00 – 15.15

Discussion

Session V: Demographic changes and ergonomics

Chaired by prof. Edwin Tytyk, Poznań University of Technology

15.15 – 15.30

 

Dr inż. Marcin Butlewski, prof. dr hab. inż. Edwin Tytyk, Poznan University of Technology

Ergonomic engineering for the activation of the erderly

15.30 – 15.45

 

Dr inż. Adam Górny, dr Małgorzata Rembiasz, Poznań University of Technology

Determinants assesses of work possibilities the people aged 60+

15.45 – 16.00

Discussion

16.00 – 16.15

 

Dr hab. Marek Szczepański, prof. nadzw. PP

Concluding remarks