Wharton Pension Research Council Working Papers

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Working Papers from 2000

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Retirement Planning and the Asset/Salary Ratio, Martin L. Leibowitz, J Benson Durham, P Brett Hammond, and Michael Heller

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Retirement Responses to Early Social Security Benefit Reductions, Olivia S. Mitchell and John W.R. Phillips

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Developments in Retirement Provision: Global Trends and Lessons from Australia and the US, Olivia S. Mitchell and John Piggott

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Ending Mandatory Retirement in Two State Universities, Robert M. O'Neil

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Age-Based Retirement Incentives for Tenured Faculty Members: Satisfying the Legal Requirements, David L. Raish

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Outcomes-Based Investing with Efficient Monte Carlo Simulation, Jason Scott

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Faculty Retirement: Reflections on Experience in an Uncapped Environment, Sharon P. Smith

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Risk Management Through International Diversification: The Case of Latin American Pension Funds, P.S. Srinivas and Juan Yermo

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The University of California Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive Programs, Ellen Switkes

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Aging and Housing Equity, Steven F. Venti and David A. Wise

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Integration of the Life Annuity and Long-Term Care Insurance: Theory, Evidence, Practice, and Policy, Mark J. Warshawsky, Brenda Spillman, and Christopher Murtaugh

Working Papers from 1999

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Pension Governance in the Pennsylvania State Employees’ Retirement System, John Brosius

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The New Jersey Pension System, Tom Bryan

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The Life and Times of a Public-Sector Pension Plan Before Social Security: The U.S. Navy Pension Plan in the Nineteenth Century, Robert L. Clark, Lee A. Craig, and Jack W. Wilson

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Regulation and Taxation of Public Plans: A History of Increasing Federal Influence, Roderick B. Crane

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Public Pension Design and Responses to a Changing Workforce, Cathie Eitelberg

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Going Private in the Public Sector: The Transition from Defined Benefit to Defined Contribution Pension Plans, Douglas Fore

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Determining the Cost of Public Pension Plans, Edwin C. Hustead

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Public Pensions in Washington, DC, Edwin C. Hustead

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Federal Civilian and Military Retirement Systems, Edwin C. Hustead and Toni Hustead

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Worklife Determinants of Retirement Income Differentials Between Men and Women, Philip B. Levine, Olivia S. Mitchell, and John W.R. Phillips

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Evaluating Administrative Costs in Mexico’s AFORES Pension System, Olivia S. Mitchell

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Developments in State and Local Pension Plans, Olivia S. Mitchell, David McCarthy, Stanley C. Wisniewski, and Paul Zorn

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Investment Practices of State and Local Pension Funds: Implications for Social Security Reform, Alicia H. Munnell and Annika Sunden

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Asset/Liability Management in the Public Sector, Michael W. Peskin

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Canadian Public Sector Employee Pension Plans, Silvana Pozzebon

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State Employee Pension Plans, Karen I. Steffen

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Governance and Investments of Public Pensions, Michael Useem and David Hess

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Opting Out: The Galveston Plan and Social Security, Theresa M. Wilson

Working Papers from 1998

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Insulating Old-Age Systems From Political Risk, Olivia S. Mitchell

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International Models for Pension Reform, Olivia S. Mitchell

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Projected Retirement Wealth and Saving Adequacy, James F. Moore and Olivia S. Mitchell

Working Papers from 1997

The Defined Benefit Approach, Edith Fierst

Working Papers from 1996

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Pension Coverage Initiatives: Why Don’t Workers Participate?, Richard P. Hinz and John A. Turner

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Social Security Reform in Uruguay: An Economic Assessment, Olivia S. Mitchell

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Designing Pension Systems for Developing Countries, Olivia S. Mitchell and Gary S. Fields