Read the PPI's latest research reports on a variety of projects and commissions.
The Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State and Faith- Based Care: A Preliminary Review. Size: 2.3 MB.
Document Description: Stephen Winter, Nicolas Pirsoul and Rosslyn Noonan On behalf of The Royal Commission Forum
A Review of Gender Differences in Retirement Income. Size: 1.8 MB.
Document Description: A research report prepared for the CFFC’s Review of Retirement Income Policy, July 2019. The project identifies a range of possible determinants, mechanisms and indicators that could inform future gender analysis and policy reforms aimed at eliminating the pension gender gap. This research report cuts across a number of Terms of Reference.
International trends and reforms in pension policy and delivery: comparative models for accumulation and decumulation. Size: 1.3 MB.
Document Description: The Public Policy Institute (PPI) was commissioned by the Commission for Financial Capability to deliver with this Background Paper on International Trends and Reforms in Pension Policy and Delivery: Comparative models of Accumulation and Decumulation. The report maps international trends and reforms in pension policy and delivery in Europe with a specific focus on three countries: the Netherlands, Denmark and Germany. The objective is provide the CFFC with insights into international models, to feed into the 2019 Review of Retirement Income Policies, and Terms of Reference 2, 4 and 8.
‘Relationship Status’ and the Welfare System in Aotearoa New Zealand. Size: 1.5 MB.
Document Description: This report is designed to provide a contextual overview of the way relationships are defined, incentivised, and sanctioned in the current welfare system in Aotearoa, and how this compares with similar systems overseas. Our hope is that the information provided here will encourage a rethink and redesign of the way we support parents, children and families.