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Hazel Bateman
Hazel Bateman
Australian School of Business, UNSW
Verified email at unsw.edu.au
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Financial literacy and retirement planning in Australian
JR Agnew, H Bateman, S Thorp
UNSW Australian School of Business Research Paper, 2012
2822012
Forced saving: Mandating private retirement incomes
H Bateman, G Kingston, J Piggott
Cambridge University Press, 2001
1802001
Financial competence and expectations formation: Evidence from Australia
H Bateman, C Eckert, J Geweke, J Louviere, S Thorp, S Satchell
Economic Record 88 (280), 39-63, 2012
1152012
New evidence on pension plan design and administrative expenses: the Australian experience
H Bateman, OS Mitchell
Journal of Pension Economics & Finance 3 (1), 63-76, 2004
1082004
Private pensions in OECD countries: Australia
H Bateman, J Piggott
OECD, 1997
731997
Retirement investor risk tolerance in tranquil and crisis periods: experimental survey evidence
H Bateman, T Islam, J Louviere, S Satchell, S Thorp
Journal of Behavioral Finance 12 (4), 201-218, 2011
682011
Using balanced time perspective to explain well-being and planning in retirement
A Mooney, JK Earl, CH Mooney, H Bateman
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1781, 2017
652017
Exploring the antecedents to business model innovation: an empirical analysis of pension funds
M Hartmann, R Oriani, H Bateman
Academy of Management Proceedings 2013 (1), 10986, 2013
652013
Financial competence, risk presentation and retirement portfolio preferences
H Bateman, C Eckert, J Geweke, J Louviere, S Satchell, S Thorp
Journal of Pension Economics & Finance 13 (1), 27-61, 2014
632014
First impressions matter: An experimental investigation of online financial advice
JR Agnew, H Bateman, C Eckert, F Iskhakov, J Louviere, S Thorp
Management Science 64 (1), 288-307, 2018
622018
Just interested or getting involved? An analysis of superannuation attitudes and actions
H Bateman, J Deetlefs, LI Dobrescu, BR Newell, A Ortmann, S Thorp
Economic Record 90 (289), 160-178, 2014
602014
Investment decisions for retirement savings
H Bateman, J Louviere, S Thorp, T Islam, S Satchell
Journal of Consumer Affairs 44 (3), 463-482, 2010
542010
Too much risk to insure? The Australian (non-) market for annuities
H Bateman, J Piggott
Pension Research Council Working Paper, 2010
462010
Individual capability and effort in retirement benefit choice
H Bateman, C Eckert, F Iskhakov, J Louviere, S Satchell, S Thorp
Journal of Risk and Insurance 85 (2), 483-512, 2018
452018
Retirement savings: A tale of decisions and defaults
LI Dobrescu, X Fan, H Bateman, BR Newell, A Ortmann, S Thorp
The Economic Journal 128 (610), 1047-1094, 2018
452018
Is there a demand for reverse mortgages in China? Evidence from two online surveys
K Hanewald, H Bateman, H Fang, S Wu
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 169, 19-37, 2020
442020
Engagement with retirement savings: It is a matter of trust
AMJ Deetlefs, H Bateman, LI Dobrescu, BR Newell, A Ortmann, S Thorp
Journal of Consumer Affairs 53 (3), 917-945, 2019
432019
As easy as pie: How retirement savers use prescribed investment disclosures
H Bateman, LI Dobrescu, BR Newell, A Ortmann, S Thorp
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 121, 60-76, 2016
432016
Optimal annuity purchases for Australian retirees
F Iskhakov, S Thorp, H Bateman
Economic Record 91 (293), 139-154, 2015
402015
Australia’s disappearing market for life annuities
A Ganegoda, H Bateman
UNSW Centre for Pensions and Superannuation discussion paper 1 (08), 2008
382008
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