Understanding the Aggregate Retirement Behavior during the 20th Century
Ananth Seshadri () and
No 1023, 2009 Meeting Papers from Society for Economic Dynamics
We build a model of retirement and assess what are the main forces that drove the macroeconomic pattern in retirement in the US economy during the 20th century. We in particular consider the role of technological progress, demographic change and the Social Security system.
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