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August 5, 2019

CAAR – Commonwealth Fund Issue Brief – August 5, 2019

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How the Erosion of Employer-Sponsored Insurance Is Contributing to Medicare Beneficiaries’ Financial Burden,” by Karen Davis, Amber Willink, and Cathy Schoen (July 2019, HTML and .pdf format, 9p.).

www.commonwealthfund.org/publications/issue-briefs/2019/jul/erosion-employer-sponsored-insurance-medicare-financial-burden

July 10, 2019

CAAR – Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Working Paper – July 10, 2019

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Will More Workers Have Nontraditional Jobs as Globalization and Automation Spread?” by Matthew S. Rutledge, Gal Wettstein, and Sara Ellen King (WP No. 2019-10, July 2019, .pdf and Excel format, 24p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of this paper available at:

crr.bc.edu/working-papers/will-more-workers-have-nontraditional-jobs-as-globalization-and-automation-spread/

June 12, 2019

CAAR – Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Issue Briefs – June 12, 2019

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A. “Do Benefit Cuts Encourage Public Employees to Leave?” by Laura D. Quinby and Gal Wettstein (SLP No. 65, May 2019, .pdf and Excel format, 8p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/do-benefit-cuts-encourage-public-employees-to-leave/

B. “Women, Marriage, and the National Retirement Risk Index,” by Alicia H. Munnell, Wenliang Hou, and Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher (IB No. 19-10, June 2019, .pdf and Excel format, 7p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/women-marriage-and-the-national-retirement-risk-index/

C. “The Implications of Social Security’s “Missing Trust Fund”,” by Alicia H. Munnell, Wenliang Hou, and Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher (IB No. 19-9, June 2019, .pdf and Excel format, 6p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/the-implications-of-social-securitys-missing-trust-fund/

October 6, 2016

CAAR – Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Issue Briefs – October 6, 2016

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A. “Will Pensions and OPEBs Break State and Local Budgets?” by Alicia H. Munnell and Jean-Pierre Aubry (SLP No. 51, October 2016, .pdf format, 8p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/will-pensions-and-opebs-break-state-and-local-budgets/

B. “How Much Does Housing Affect Retirement Security? An NRRI Update,” by Alicia H. Munnell, Wenliang Hou and Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher (IB No. 16-16, September 2016, .pdf format, 9p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/how-much-does-housing-affect-retirement-security-an-nrri-update/

March 15, 2016

CAAR – Center for Retirement Research at Boston College Issue Brief – March 15, 2016

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How Big a Burden Are State and Local OPEB Benefits?” by Alicia H. Munnell, Jean-Pierre Aubry and Caroline V. Crawford (SLP No. 48, March 2016, .pdf format, 10p.).

crr.bc.edu/briefs/how-big-a-burden-are-state-and-local-opeb-benefits/

October 14, 2014

CAAR – National Bureau of Economic Research Working Papers – October 14, 2014

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Links to an abstract are available. For full text availability check your organization’s library.

A. “How Much Are Public School Teachers Willing to Pay for Their Retirement Benefits?” by Maria Donovan Fitzpatrick (w20582, October 2014, .pdf format, 51p.).

www.nber.org/papers/w20582

B. “The Great Recession, Decline and Rebound in Household Wealth for the Near Retirement Population,” by Alan L. Gustman, Thomas L. Steinmeier, and Nahid Tabatabai (w20584, October 2014, .pdf format, 42p.).

www.nber.org/papers/w20584

November 5, 2012

CAAR – National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper – November 5, 2012

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Retirement Pay and Officer Retention,” by Jeffrey S. Smith and James E. West (w18502, November 2012, .pdf format, 26p.).

Abstract:

We use data from a natural experiment in which retirement benefits were reduced by congressional legislation and later restored to estimate the effect of future retirement benefit eligibility upon the decision of whether to remain in the U.S. military. We find that the generosity of retirement benefits is significantly correlated with the decision to remain in service until members qualify for benefits. The estimated effect of a 20 percent reduction in the generosity of retirement benefits upon the probability of remaining on active duty is equivalent to the effect of a 0.27 percentage point reduction in the unemployment rate, or approximately a 2 percent increase in the GDP growth rate.

papers.nber.org/papers/w18502

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