PhD Project (2014-2017), Modelling optimal decisions in retirement using expected utility stochastic control theory
Johan G. Andréasson (2014-2017), Modelling optimal decisions in retirement using expected utility stochastic control theory. Supervisors: Prof Pavel Shevchenko (Macquarie University), Prof Alex Novikov (University of Technology Sydney)
This research project aims to 1) develop a utility model that captures the characterstics of Australian retirees, and calibrate the model with empirical data, 2) investigate issues related to Australian means-tested pensions, 3) develop numerical methods maximizing expected utility model to find optimal decision for housing, investment into risky assets, consumption.
- Andréasson, J. G., Shevchenko, P. V., Novikov, A. (2017). Optimal consumption,
investment and housing with means-tested public pension in retirement. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics 75, 32-47.
- Andréasson, J. G., Shevchenko, P. V. (2017). Assessment of policy changes to means-tested Age Pension using expected utility model: Implication for decisions in retirement. Preprint available at SSRN: 2979889.