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On Wednesday 15 September, Matilda Ernkrans, Minister for Higher Education and Research, visited Jönköping University.
A new research study has shown how small changes in pension information given to workers approaching retirement age impacts not only how they choose to claim their pension, but also produces a knock-on effect in the labour supply for companies. Johannes Hagen, researcher at Jönköping International Business School and a member of CEnSE, is one of the three co-authors of the paper, published in the highly ranked The Economic Journal (EJ).