Olivia S. Mitchell, P. Brett Hammond, and Anna M. Rappaport, Editors
As life expectancy rises, new opportunities and risks confront older workers and their employers. A new survey provides insight on how paths to retirement are changing, what resources people need during retirement, and ways to increase old-age security.
2000 · University of Pennsylvania Press · ISBN 0-8122-3529-0
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- Chapter 1: New Paths to Retirement
Joseph F. Quinn
- Chapter 2: How Prepared Are Americans for Retirement?
Mark J. Warshawsky and John Ameriks
- Chapter 3: Projected Retirement Wealth and Saving Adequacy
James F. Moore and Olivia S. Mitchell
- Chapter 4: Making the Most of 401 (k) Plans: Whos Choosing What and Why?
Robert L. Clark, Gordon P. Goodfellow, Sylvester J. Schieber, and Drew Warwick
- Chapter 5: Explaining Retirement Saving Shortfalls
Olivia S. Mitchell, James F. Moore, and John W. Phillips
- Chapter 6: Women on the Verge of Retirement: Predictors of Retiree Wellbeing
Phillip B. Levine, Olivia S. Mitchell and James F. Moore
- Chapter 7: Prospects for Widow Poverty
David R. Weir and Robert J. Willis
- Chapter 8: Minorities Face Retirement: Worklife Disparities Repeated?
- Chapter 9: Early Retirement Windows
- Chapter 10: Retirement Expectations and Realizations: The Role of Health Shocks and Economic Factors
Debra Sabatini Dwyer and Jianting Hu
- Chapter 11: Planning for Health Care Needs in Retirement
Anna M. Rappaport
- Chapter 12: Evaluating Pension Entitlements
Alan L. Gustman, Olivia S. Mitchell, Andrew A. Samwick, and Thomas L. Steinmeier
- Chapter 13: Social Security Earnings and Projected Benefits
Olivia S. Mitchell, Jan Olson, and Thomas L. Steinmeier
- Contributors, Index