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St John honoured

Associate Professor Susan St John, well-known for her work on retirement issues, has been recognised in the Queens Birthday Honours.

Monday, June 3rd 2019, 9:26AM

St John was appointed a Companion of the Queen’s Service Order in 2010 for more than 30 years of contribution to social policy.

She retired from her teaching position with the School of Economics at the University of Auckland in 2015. She was co-founder of the Child Poverty Action Group Aotearoa in 1994 and has maintained her involvement until the present.

St John co-founded the Retirement Policy and Research Centre in 2006 and has maintained her involvement as Honorary Director. She has contributed to New Zealand’s policies in the areas of superannuation, KiwiSaver, private saving schemes, and promoting decumulation products for older people with a housing asset but limited income.

She has been an advisor and keynote speaker on New Zealand’s KiwiSaver experience and superannuation policies at international conferences. She was appointed as Advisor to the 2010 Tax Working Group and to the External Panel of the Long Term Fiscal Statement from 2011 to 2013.

Associate Professor St John has published more than 80 books, book chapters and peer-reviewed academic articles in both New Zealand and international journals.

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