SHARE Research Topics

SHARE data are used in interdisciplinary research by scientists all over the world. Since the study includes demographic, social, economic, health-related, psychological, and medical variables, it provides data for researchers from a wide range of disciplines, from social scientists to medical researchers. This interdisciplinary approach shall ensure a comprehensive analysis of the ageing process and its consequences from as many angles as possible.

To give current insights into the research that is based on SHARE data, we summarize and present selected research findings here.

Furthermore, we offer a regular newsletter that provides you with current research findings that are based on SHARE data. To stay posted on current research, subscribe to our newsletter by sending an e-mail to info©share-project.org with the subject “Findings Newsletter”.


News

Good for everyone? Reassessing the German pension reform

MEA Director Prof. Axel Börsch-Supan discusses the pension reform at the Max-Planck-Forum

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Bavarian State Medal for Prof. Börsch-Supan

Prof Börsch-Supan was recognized by the Bavarian government with the award of the Bavarian State...

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The Baltic Sea States Project

New joint project started (MPISOC/MPIDR/Population Europe)

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SHARE press release - Mutual Learning: Joint pan-European research improves the understanding of ageing societies

Extension of SHARE study allows for EU-wide country-comparisons

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The development of the pension gap and German households’ saving behavior

New MEA Discussion Paper published

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News & Events

30.08.2017: MEA Seminar - Economics of Aging

Gregor Sand: "The Impact of Large-Scale Immigration on the Well-Being of Natives 50+ in Europe"

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30.08.2017: MEA Seminar - Economics of Aging

Gregor Sand: "The Impact of Large-Scale Immigration on the Well-Being of Natives 50+ in Europe"

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