PUBLICATIONS:

This report investigates the possible benefits of retirement village life with respect to life expectancy.

This report examines the support grandparents who provide childcare to their grandchildren receive, and how grandparents feel about providing it.

What factors affect our experiences of our intimate relationships as we grow older? This report examines the sexual and intimate lives of older adults, using survey data of men and women aged 50 to 90+ living in England.

This new ILC-UK/Cass Business School report explores different methods of funding long term care insurance. 

This report explores the scale of the defined benefit pensions' crisis, outlines its implications for firms and employees and considers possible solutions.

This report looks at barriers to consumption in later life, and how best to address them to increase spending amongst the over 50s.

This report investigates the current and proposed method of means testing adult social care in England and proposes an alternative formula.

This report sets out the specific barriers and challenges faced by over 50s with current or previous drinking problems at three stages of labour market activity: unemployment, employment and retirement.

In the latest ILC-UK Economic Insight paper, we analyse what the 2016 Autumn Statement means for savings and conclude with a short discussion about UK savings policy.

In this follow up to ILC-UK's 2015 report ‘Moved to Care’, jointly produced with Independent Age, we update our analysis of the future workforce shortages in adult social care in England to take account of the EU referendum result of the 23rd June.