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Journal of Pension Economics and Finance

2002 - 2023

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Volume 22, issue 4, 2023

Changing labor market for older workers: short and long-term trends pp. 459-462 Downloads
Robert L. Clark, Kevin Milligan and Joseph Newhouse
Stereotypes of older workers and perceived ageism in job ads: evidence from an experiment pp. 463-489 Downloads
Ian Burn, Daniel Firoozi, Daniel Ladd and David Neumark
Forever young: where older workers keep on working pp. 490-508 Downloads
Steven G. Allen and Ting Wang
How did COVID-19 affect the labor force participation of older workers in the first year of the pandemic? pp. 509-523 Downloads
Owen F. Davis, Laura D. Quinby, Matthew Rutledge and Gal Wettstein
Older workers’ employment and Social Security spillovers through the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic pp. 524-549 Downloads
Gopi Goda, Emilie Jackson, Lauren Hersch Nicholas and Sarah See Stith
Caregiving subsidies and spousal early retirement intentions pp. 550-589 Downloads
Joan Costa-Font and Cristina Vilaplana-Prieto
Does the actuarial adjustment for pension delay affect retirement and claiming decisions? pp. 590-603 Downloads
Devon Gorry, Kyung Min Lee and Sita Nataraj Slavov
Heterogeneity in longevity, redistribution, and pension reform pp. 604-639 Downloads
Julián Díaz-Saavedra
The evolution of financial literacy over time and its predictive power for financial outcomes: evidence from longitudinal data pp. 640-657 Downloads
Marco Angrisani, Jeremy Burke, Annamaria Lusardi and Gary Mottola
Trust in pension funds, or the importance of being financially sound pp. 658-669 Downloads
Hendrik van Dalen and Kène Henkens
Los sistemas de pensiones en América Latina: institucionalidad, gastopúblico y sostenibilidad financiera en tiempos del COVID-19 [Pension systems in Latin America: institutional framework, public spending and financial sustainability in times of COVID-19] By Alberto Arenas de Mesa. CEPAL, Santiago, Chile, 65 pages, 2020 pp. 670-671 Downloads
Tapen Sinha

Volume 22, issue 3, 2023

How would 401(k) ‘Rothification’ alter saving, retirement security, and inequality? pp. 265-283 Downloads
Vanya Horneff, Raimond Maurer and Olivia Mitchell
The optimal cyclical design for a target benefit pension plan pp. 284-303 Downloads
Lv Chen, Danping Li, Yumin Wang and Xiaobai Zhu
Reforms of an early retirement pathway in Germany and their labor market effects pp. 304-330 Downloads
Regina Riphahn and Rebecca Schrader
Less is not more: 401(k) plan information and retirement planning choices pp. 331-351 Downloads
Eric Cardella, Charlene Kalenkoski and Michael Parent
Does pension information impact savings? pp. 352-370 Downloads
Najat El Mekkaoui and Bérangère Legendre
Mandatory pension savings and long-run debt accumulation: evidence from Danish low-wage earners pp. 371-399 Downloads
Henrik Yde Andersen, Niels Lynggård Hansen and Andreas Kuchler
Pension fund board governance and asset allocation: evidence from Switzerland pp. 400-424 Downloads
Nadège Bregnard and Carolina Salva
Coping with demographic change: macroeconomic performance and welfare inequality effects of public pension reform pp. 425-449 Downloads
Willem Devriendt, Freddy Heylen and Arthur Jacobs
Wealth After Work Edited By William G. Gale, J. Mark Iwry, and David C. John pp. 450-451 Downloads
John Sabelhaus
Towards Improved Retirement Savings Outcomes for Women By OECD, Paris, OECD. 2021 pp. 452-454 Downloads
Elsa Fornero
Social security programs and retirement around the world: reforms and incentives pp. 455-456 Downloads
Keith Ambachtsheer
Vulnerability and Long-term Care in Europe: An Economic Perspective By Agar Brugiavini, Ludovico Carrino, Cristina Elisa Orso and Giacomo Pasini. Palgrave Macmillan, EUR 54.99, XIX 163 pages, 2017 pp. 457-458 Downloads
Daniel Avdic

Volume 22, issue 2, 2023

Introduction to special issue on institutional influences on retirement, health and well-being pp. 161-166 Downloads
David Knapp and Jinkook Lee
Migration, work, and retirement: the case of Mexican-origin populations pp. 167-187 Downloads
Emma Aguila, Zeewan Lee and Rebeca Wong
One country, two systems: evidence on retirement patterns in China pp. 188-210 Downloads
John Giles, Xiaoyan Lei, Gewei Wang, Yafeng Wang and Yaohui Zhao
The consequences of claiming Social Security benefits at age 62 pp. 211-237 Downloads
Philip Armour and David Knapp
Public pensions and low-income dynamics in Canada pp. 238-263 Downloads
Mayssun El-Attar and Raquel Fonseca

Volume 22, issue 1, 2023

Intertemporal and intratemporal consumption smoothing at retirement: micro evidence from detailed spending and time use data pp. 1-22 Downloads
Jim Been and Kees Goudswaard
Do smallholder farmers prefer commitment or flexibility in pension savings accounts? A randomised experiment of cocoa farmers in Ghana pp. 23-37 Downloads
Diana Kos and Robert Lensink
The impact of an employer match and automatic enrollment on the savings behavior of public-sector workers pp. 38-68 Downloads
Justin Falk and Nadia Karamcheva
The impact of expected pensions on consumption: evidence from China pp. 69-87 Downloads
Wei Zheng, Youji Lyu, Ruo Jia and Katja Hanewald
Promoting public retirement savings accounts during tax filing: evidence from field experiments pp. 88-115 Downloads
Stephen Roll, Sam Bufe, Olga Kondratjeva and Michal Grinstein-Weiss
The transition to NDC in Italy: assessing distributive and financial effects pp. 116-131 Downloads
Carlo Mazzaferro
Disclosure versus recognition: the value relevance of pensions pp. 132-159 Downloads
Luca Larcher

Volume 21, issue 4, 2022

Herd behavior of pension funds in sovereign bond investments pp. 475-501 Downloads
Ian Koetsier and Jacob Bikker
Protective effects of health insurance against disasters: an insight from the Great East Japan Earthquake pp. 502-518 Downloads
Michio Yuda and Jinkook Lee
Target-date funds and portfolio choice in 401(k) plans pp. 519-536 Downloads
Olivia Mitchell and Stephen P. Utkus
Taxes and the revaluation of household wealth pp. 537-564 Downloads
Edward N. Wolff
Glide paths for a retirement plan with deferred annuities pp. 565-581 Downloads
Chul Jang, Andrew Clare and Iqbal Owadally
How does an allowance for a non-working younger partner affect the retirement behaviour of couples? pp. 582-612 Downloads
Amparo Nagore García and Arthur van Soest
Teacher pension enhancements and staffing in an urban school district pp. 613-633 Downloads
Shawn Ni, Michael Podgursky and Xiqian Wang
Trust, financial literacy, and financial market participation pp. 634-664 Downloads
Jill E. Fisch and Jason Seligman
The Origins of Asset Management from 1700 to 1960: Towering Investors By Nigel Edward Morecroft. Palgrave Studies in the History of Finance, 1st ed. 2017 pp. 665-667 Downloads
Sarah Walker

Volume 21, issue 3, 2022

Social security and endogenous demographic change: child support and retirement policies pp. 307-325 Downloads
Giam Pietro Cipriani and Tamara Fioroni
Using vignettes to improve understanding of Social Security and annuities pp. 326-343 Downloads
Anya Samek, Arie Kapteyn and Andre Gray
How to pay for Social Security's Missing Trust Fund? pp. 344-358 Downloads
Alicia H. Munnell, Wenliang Hou and Geoffrey T. Sanzenbacher
Information and legitimacy: results from an experimental survey on attitudes to the 2017 pension reform in Finland pp. 359-374 Downloads
Olli Kangas, Ilpo Airio, Karoliina Koskenvuo, Susan Kuivalainen and Sanna Tenhunen
Partial recall: differences between actual and self-reported annuitization decisions in Sweden pp. 375-404 Downloads
Johannes Hagen
Mandatory annuitization and money's worth: evidence from Singapore pp. 405-424 Downloads
Joelle H. Fong and Jackie Li
Capital structure choices, pension fund allocation decisions and the rational pricing of liability streams pp. 425-445 Downloads
Lionel Martellini and Vincent Milhau
When saving is not enough – wealth decumulation in retirement pp. 446-473 Downloads
Pascal Kieren and Martin Weber

Volume 21, issue 2, 2022

Fairness and annuity divisors for notional defined contribution pension schemes pp. 143-167 Downloads
María del Carmen Boado-Penas, Steven Haberman and Poontavika Naka
Non-DC notional accounts: relaxing the trade-off between fairness and solvency of pay-as-you-go pension systems pp. 168-190 Downloads
Sergio Nisticò
Career breaks, broken pensions? Long-run effects of early and late-career unemployment spells on pension entitlements pp. 191-217 Downloads
Jorge Bravo and José Herce
Do expectations for post-retirement family and government support crowd out pre-retirement savings? Insights from the working-age population in Thailand pp. 218-236 Downloads
Nopphol Witvorapong, Yong Yoon and Wiraporn Pothisiri
An empirical study on how financial literacy contributes to preparation for retirement pp. 237-259 Downloads
Tsung-ming Yeh
Redistribution in collective pension arrangements without a sponsor guarantee: Hidden versus explicit risk transactions pp. 260-293 Downloads
Lu Yi, Barbara Sanders and Jean-François Bégin
Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World: Working Longer Courtney C. Coile, Kevin Milligan, and David A. Wise (Editors), National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report, University of Chicago Press, 2019, Hardcover $130, 576 pages pp. 294-295 Downloads
Pei Cheng Yu
Good Economics for Hard Times By Esther Duflo and Abhijit V. Banerjee pp. 296-297 Downloads
Ariel BenYishay
Old-Age Provision and Homeownership – Fiscal Incentives and Other Public Policy Options M. Eckardt, J. Dötsch, & S. Okruch (eds) Springer International Publishing, 2018 pp. 298-300 Downloads
Akshay Shanker
The Great Demographic Reversal: Ageing Societies, Waning Inequality, and an Inflation Revival By Charles Goodhart and Manoj Pradhan, Palgrave Macmillian, $26.99, 349 pages pp. 301-301 Downloads
Andrew Mason
Retirement, Pensions and Justice: A Philosophical Analysis Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. By Mark Hyde and Rory Shand. €46. 148 pages pp. 302-304 Downloads
Andre Santos Campos and Zachariah Tailor
‘Evaluation of Four Decades of Pension Privatization in Latin America, 1980–2020: Promises and Reality’ By Carmelo Mesa-Lago pp. 305-306 Downloads
Rafael Rofman

Volume 21, issue 1, 2022

Targets missed: three case studies exploiting the linked SHARE-RV data pp. 1-21 Downloads
Axel Börsch-Supan, Tabea Bucher-Koenen, Nicolas Goll and Felizia Hanemann
Impact of defaults on participation in state supplemental retirement savings plans pp. 22-37 Downloads
Robert L. Clark and Denis Pelletier
You're invited – RSVP! The role of tailoring in incentivising people to delve into their pension situation pp. 38-55 Downloads
Milena Dinkova, Sanne Elling, Adriaan Kalwij and Leo Lentz
The effect of an instantaneous dependency rate on the social equitability of hybrid PAYG public pension schemes pp. 56-75 Downloads
Lorenzo Torricelli
Gender pension gaps along the distribution: An application to the French case pp. 76-98 Downloads
Carole Bonnet, Dominique Meurs and Benoit Rapoport
Pension communication, knowledge, and behaviour pp. 99-118 Downloads
Steven Debets, Henriette Prast, Mariacristina Rossi and Arthur van Soest
Retirement plan wealth inequality: measurement and trends pp. 119-139 Downloads
Teresa Ghilarducci, Siavash Radpour and Anthony Webb
“How Persistent Low Returns Will Shape Saving and Retirement” edited by Olivia S. Mitchell, Robert Clark, and Raimond Maurer pp. 140-141 Downloads
Cagri S. Kumru
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