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Journal of Pension Economics and Finance

2002 - 2019

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Volume 18, issue 02, 2019

Work incentives in the Social Security Disability benefit formula pp. 165-189 Downloads
Gopi Goda, John B. Shoven and Sita Slavov
Can auctions help reduce mandatory pension fund fees? pp. 190-219 Downloads
Radosław Kurach, Paweł Kuśmierczyk and Daniel Papla
The effectiveness of incentives to postpone retirement: evidence from Italy pp. 220-246 Downloads
Irene Ferrari
Pensions: the impact of migrations and cross-border workers in a small open economy pp. 247-270 Downloads
Marion Labouré
Intragenerational redistribution in a funded pension system pp. 271-303 Downloads
Benedetta Frassi, Giorgio Gnecco, Fabio Pammolli and Xue Wen
Nexus between housing and pension policies in Singapore: measuring retirement adequacy of the Central Provident Fund pp. 304-330 Downloads
Ngee Choon Chia and Albert K.C. Tsui

Volume 18, issue 01, 2019

Voting in the aftermath of a pension reform: the role of financial literacy pp. 1-30 Downloads
Elsa Fornero and Anna Lo Prete
Self-employment in Italy: the role of Social Security Wealth pp. 31-65 Downloads
Margherita Borella and Michele Belloni
Spousal and survivor benefits in option value models of retirement: an application to Belgium pp. 66-87 Downloads
Alain Jousten and Mathieu Lefebvre
Fiscal effects of the Norwegian pension reform – A micro–macro assessment pp. 88-123 Downloads
Dennis Fredriksen, Erling Holmøy, Birger Strøm and Nils Martin Stølen
Multiemployer plans: evaluating a proposal to spread the pain pp. 124-139 Downloads
Alicia Munnell, Jean-Pierre Aubry, Wenliang Hou and Anthony Webb
International trade with pensions and demographic shocks pp. 140-164 Downloads
Igor Fedotenkov, Bas van Groezen and Lex Meijdam

Volume 17, issue 04, 2018

The financial feasibility of delaying Social Security: evidence from administrative tax data pp. 419-436 Downloads
Gopi Goda, Shanthi Ramnath, John B. Shoven and Sita Slavov
Recovery measures of underfunded pension funds: higher contributions, no indexation or pension cuts? pp. 437-468 Downloads
Leo de Haan
Demographic change, PAYG pensions and child policies pp. 469-487 Downloads
Peter Josef Stauvermann and Ronald Kumar
Do the most skillful managers herd? pp. 488-512 Downloads
Mercedes Alda
Contribution volatility and public pension reform pp. 513-533 Downloads
Travis St. Clair and Juan Pablo Martinez Guzman
The effect of tax withholding on pre-retirement savings withdrawals: evidence from Canada pp. 534-553 Downloads
Derek Messacar
Earnings volatility and 401(k) contributions pp. 554-575 Downloads
Teresa Ghilarducci, Saad-Lessler, Joelle and Gayle Reznik
Old-age provision in transition: the case of Croatia pp. 576-593 Downloads
Martin Werding and Marko Primorac
How America Supports Retirement: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Who Benefits. Peter J. Brady. Routledge, 2016, ISBN 1-878731-58-0, 200 pages. – CORRIGENDUM pp. 594-594 Downloads
Louise Sheiner

Volume 17, issue 03, 2018

Advances in understanding pension decisions pp. 251-253 Downloads
Monika Bütler, Olivia Mitchell and Mike Orszag
Does financial education enhance financial preparedness? Evidence from a natural experiment in Singapore pp. 254-277 Downloads
Rashmi Barua, Benedict Koh and Olivia Mitchell
Are financial retirement incentives more effective if pension knowledge is high? pp. 278-315 Downloads
Matthias Giesecke and Guanzhong Yang
Saving for retirement by the self-employed pp. 316-334 Downloads
David Joulfaian
Financial literacy and retirement planning in Finland pp. 335-362 Downloads
Panu Kalmi and Olli-Pekka Ruuskanen
Simplifying choices in defined contribution retirement plan design: a case study pp. 363-384 Downloads
Donald B. Keim and Olivia Mitchell
Framing and the annuitization decision – Experimental evidence from a Dutch pension fund pp. 385-417 Downloads
Christian Bockweg, Eduard Ponds, Onno Steenbeek and Joyce Vonken

Volume 17, issue 02, 2018

A value-based assessment of alternative US state pension plans pp. 129-169 Downloads
Zina Lekniūtė, Roel Beetsma and Eduard Ponds
Increasing life expectancy and NDC pension systems pp. 170-199 Downloads
Markus Knell
Longevity shocks with age-dependent productivity growth pp. 200-230 Downloads
Ben Heijdra and Laurie S. M. Reijnders
Subjective value of the guarantees embedded in public cash-balance pension plans pp. 231-250 Downloads
Chun-Hua Tang

Volume 17, issue 01, 2018

Does retirement flexibility provide a hedge against macroeconomic risk? pp. 1-22 Downloads
Yvonne Adema, Jan Bonenkamp and Lex Meijdam
Accounting for the rise in unfunded public pension liabilities: faulty counterfactuals and the allure of simple gain/loss summations pp. 23-45 Downloads
Robert M. Costrell
Does pension privatization increase economic growth? Evidence from Latin America and Eastern Europe pp. 46-84 Downloads
Nikola Altiparmakov and Milan Nedeljković
Inflation experiences of retirees pp. 85-109 Downloads
Adriaan Kalwij, Robertus Alessie, Jonathan Gardner and Ashik Anwar Ali
Impact of changes in multi-pillar pension systems in CEE countries on individual pension wealth pp. 110-120 Downloads
Chłoń-Domińczak, Agnieszka
How America Supports Retirement: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Who Benefits. Peter J. Brady. Routledge, 2016, ISBN 1-878731-58-0, 200 pages pp. 121-122 Downloads
Louise Sheiner
Retirement System Risk Management: Implications of the New Regulatory Order. By Olivia S. Mitchell, Raimond Maurer and J. Michael Orszag (eds). Oxford University Press, 2016, ISBN 978-0-19-878737-2, 256 pages pp. 122-124 Downloads
Héloïse Labit Hardy
Age Related Pension Expenditure and Fiscal Space: Modelling techniques and case studies from East Asia. Mukul G. Asher and Fauziah Zen (eds). Routledge, London, 2016, ISBN 978-1-138-82579-6, 206 pages pp. 124-125 Downloads
Muliadi Widjaja
Insights in the Economics of Aging. David A. Wise (Ed.) National Bureau of Economic Research, The University of Chicago Press, 2017, ISBN: 978-0-226-42667-9, 388 pages pp. 125-127 Downloads
Sousa-Poza, Alfonso
In or out? Poverty dynamics among older individuals in the UK – ERRATUM pp. 128-128 Downloads
Ricky Kanabar

Volume 16, issue 04, 2017

How much do means-tested benefits reduce the demand for annuities? pp. 419-449 Downloads
Monika Bütler, Kim Peijnenburg and Stefan Staubli
Personal pensions with risk sharing pp. 450-466 Downloads
Lans Bovenberg and Theo Nijman
Defined benefit pension schemes: a welfare analysis of risk sharing and labour market distortions pp. 467-484 Downloads
Nick Draper, Ed Westerhout and André Nibbelink
Early claiming of higher-earning husbands, the survivor benefit, and the incidence of poverty among recent widows pp. 485-508 Downloads
Jeffrey Diebold, Jeremy Moulton and John Scott
In or out? Poverty dynamics among older individuals in the UK pp. 509-553 Downloads
Ricky Kanabar
Stimulating annuity markets pp. 554-583 Downloads
Ben Heijdra, Jochen Mierau and Timo Trimborn
Stimulating annuity markets – ERRATUM pp. 584-584 Downloads
Ben Heijdra, Jochen Mierau and Timo Trimborn
Supplemental plan offerings and retirement saving choices: an analysis of North Carolina school districts – CORRIGENDUM pp. 585-585 Downloads
Robert L. Clark, Emma Hanson, Melinda Morrill and Aditi Pathak
Live Long and Prosper: Aging in East Asia and Pacific. World Bank East Asia and Pacific Regional Report. The World Bank. World Bank Group, 2016, ISBN 978-1-4648-0469-4, 263 pages pp. 586-587 Downloads
Vasoontara Yiengprugsawan
Retirement on the Rocks: Why Americans Can't Get Ahead and How New Savings Policies Can Help. Christian E. Weller. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, ISBN 978-1-137-39562-7, 223 pages pp. 587-589 Downloads
Anna Rappaport
Beyond the Welfare State: Postwar Social Settlement and Public Pension Policy in Canada and Australia. Sirvan Karimi. The University of Toronto Press, 2017, ISBN 978-1-4875-0041-2, 360 pages pp. 589-591 Downloads
Andrew Podger
Reimagining Pensions: The Next 40 Years. Olivia S. Mitchell and Richard C. Shea (eds). Oxford University Press, 2016, ISBN 978-0-19-875544-9, 358 pages pp. 592-592 Downloads
David McCarthy

Volume 16, issue 03, 2017

Financial knowledge and key retirement outcomes: an overview of the issue pp. 273-276 Downloads
Olivia Mitchell
Financial literacy and retirement planning in Canada pp. 277-296 Downloads
David Boisclair, Annamaria Lusardi and Pierre-Carl Michaud
Visual tools and narratives: new ways to improve financial literacy pp. 297-323 Downloads
Annamaria Lusardi, Anya Samek, Arie Kapteyn, Lewis Glinert, Angela Hung and Aileen Heinberg
Financial knowledge and 401(k) investment performance: a case study pp. 324-347 Downloads
Robert Clark, Annamaria Lusardi and Olivia Mitchell
Consumption growth, the interest rate, and financial sophistication pp. 348-370 Downloads
Tullio Jappelli and Mario Padula
Political support for reforms of the pension system: two experiments pp. 371-394 Downloads
Ana Fontoura Gouveia
Differential mortality, aging and social security: delaying the retirement age when educational spillovers matter pp. 395-418 Downloads
Gilles Le Garrec and Stéphane Lhuissier

Volume 16, issue 02, 2017

Better pensions, better jobs: status and alternatives toward universal pension coverage in Latin America and the Caribbean pp. 121-143 Downloads
Angel Melguizo, Mariano Bosch and Carmen Pages
Pension reform in an OLG model with heterogeneous abilities pp. 144-172 Downloads
Tim Buyse, Freddy Heylen and Renaat van de Kerckhove
Pension reform in a worst case scenario: public finance versus political feasibility pp. 173-204 Downloads
Muriel Bouchet, Luca Marchiori and Olivier Pierrard
Institutional disparities and asset allocation homologation in Italian defined contribution pension funds. How do they affect the guarantee commitment? pp. 205-232 Downloads
Paola de Vincentiis, Eleonora Isaia and Paola Zocchi
The future of Spanish pensions pp. 233-265 Downloads
Javier Díaz-Giménez and Julián Díaz-Saavedra
Long-Term Care Reforms in OECD Countries. Cristiano Gori, Jose-Luis Fernandez and Raphael Wittenberg (Eds.) Policy Press, 2016, ISBN: 978 144731 071 6, 306 pages pp. 266-267 Downloads
Edward Norton
King William's Tontine: Why the Retirement Annuity of the Future Should Resemble its Past. Moshe A. Milevsky. Cambridge University Press, 2015, ISBN 9781107076129, 257 pages. doi: 10.1017/CBO9781139879316 pp. 267-269 Downloads
Katja Hanewald
Towards a New Pensions Settlement: The International Experience. Gregg McClymont and Andy Tarrant (eds). Rowman and Littlefield International, 2016, ISBN 978-1-78348-748-6, 84 pages pp. 269-270 Downloads
George Kudrna
Pensions at a Glance: Latin America and the Caribbean. OECD, IDB and The World Bank. OECD Publishing, 2014, ISBN 978-92-64-22496-4, 176 pages pp. 270-271 Downloads
Clément Joubert

Volume 16, issue 01, 2017

The effects of risk aversion and density of contribution on comparisons of administrative charges in individual account pension systems pp. 1-20 Downloads
Chavez-Bedoya, Luis
Affordability of public pension benefit: a historical and empirical analysis of US state and local government pension contributions pp. 21-42 Downloads
Jun Peng and Qiushi Wang
Financial literacy, trust and retirement planning pp. 43-64 Downloads
Ornella Ricci and Massimo Caratelli
State pension contributions and fiscal stress pp. 65-80 Downloads
David Splinter
Aging and pension reform: extending the retirement age and human capital formation pp. 81-107 Downloads
Edgar Vogel, Alexander Ludwig and Börsch-Supan, Axel
Do knowledge gains from public information campaigns persist over time? Results from a survey experiment on the Norwegian pension reform pp. 108-117 Downloads
Henning Finseraas, Niklas Jakobsson and Mikael Svensson
State pension contributions and fiscal stress – ERRATUM pp. 118-119 Downloads
David Splinter
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