2019 Working Longer and Retirement Conference
SIEPR Gunn Building
Koret-Taube Conference Center
366 Galvez St.
October 10, 2019
John Pencavel (Stanford Economics)
Pricing of Joint and Survivor Annuities in Public Pension Plans: Does the Price Influence Choice of Annuity?
Robert Clark (North Carolina State University)
Joe Quinn (Boston College)
Household Portfolios and Retirement Behavior
John Sabelhaus (Federal Reserve)
The causal effects of economic incentives, health and job characteristics on retirement: US-Singapore comparisons
Michael Hurd (RAND) and Susann Rohwedder (RAND)
Luigi Pistaferri (Stanford Economics)
Returns to Later-Age College Degrees
Sally Wallace (Georgia State)
Corina Mommaerts (Wisconsin)
Working Longer in Jeopardy? Understanding Current and Future Trends in Aging and Labor Force Participation in the United States
October 11, 2019
Can Low Retirement Saving be Rationalized?
Jason Scott, John B. Shoven (Stanford), Sita N. Slavov (George Mason) and John Watson (Financial Engines)
Hannes Schwandt (Northwestern)
Impact of ACA on Older Workers
Mark Duggan (Stanford), Gopi Shah Goda (Stanford) and Gina Li (Stanford)
Anita Mukherjee (Wisconsin)
Twisting the Demand Curve: The Differential Effect of Investment in Software and Plant and Equipment on Demand for Workers by Age
Richard Freeman (Harvard and NBER) with Erling Barth (Institute for Social Research, Oslo) and James C. Davis (NBER)
California Training Programs: What are the Effects on Older Workers?
Yulya Truskinovsky (Wayne State)