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Incentives and Limitations of Employment Policies on Retirement Transitions

Robert L. Clark and Joseph P. Newhouse, organizers

Conference held August 10-11, 2018
Published in October 2019 by Cambridge University Press, Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, vol. 18, special issue 4

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Table of Contents

1. Incentives and Limitations of Employment Policies on Retirement Transitions: Robert L. Clark, Joseph P. Newhouse (bibliographic info)
2. Pension Reform and Return-to-Work Policies: Maria D. Fitzpatrick (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
3. Retirement Choices by State and Local Public Sector Employees: The Role of Eligibility and Financial Incentives: Leslie E. Papke (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
4. Transitions from Career Employment among Public- and Private-Sector Workers: Joseph F. Quinn, Kevin E. Cahill, Michael D. Giandrea (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
5. Social Security and Retirement Timing: Evidence from a National Sample of Teachers: Melinda Sandler Morrill, John Westall (bibliographic info)
6. Fiscal Difficulties of Cities, the Labor Market, and Health Care: John Hsu, Joseph Newhouse, Lindsay Nicole Overhage, Samuel Zuvekas (bibliographic info)
7. Impact of Health Plan Reforms in Washington on Employment Decisions: Norma B. Coe (bibliographic info)
8. Navigating Complex Financial Decisions at Retirement: Evidence from Annuity Choices in Public Sector Pensions: Robert L. Clark, Robert G. Hammond, David Vanderweide (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
9. How Will Persistent Low Expected Returns Shape Household Economic Behavior?: Vanya Horneff, Raimond Maurer, Olivia S. Mitchell (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
10. The Power of Working Longer: Gila Bronshtein, Jason Scott, John B. Shoven, Sita Nataraj Slavov (bibliographic info) (Working Paper version)
 
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