PRC Working Papers

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PRC Working Papers

  • Projected Retirement Wealth and Saving Adequacy
    James F. Moore and Olivia S. Mitchell
    Published in Forecasting Retirement Needs and Retirement Wealth, pp. 68-94
    WP1998-01
  • Mortality Change and Forecasting: How Much and How Little Do We Know?
    Tuljapurkar, Shripad and Carl Boe
    WP1998-02
  • Insulating Old-Age Systems from Political Risk
    Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1998-03
  • Developments in Pensions
    Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1998-04
  • International Models for Pension Reform
    Olivia S.Mitchell
    WP1998-05
  • Would a Privatized Social Security System Really Pay a Higher Rate of Return?
    John Geanakoplos, Olivia S. Mitchell, and Stephen P. Zeldes
    WP1998-06
  • Health Problems as Determinants of Retirement: Are Self-Rated Measures Endogenous?
    Debra S. Dwyer and Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1998-07
  • New Developments in the Economic Analysis of Retirement
    Robin L. Lumsdaine and Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1998-08
  • Social Security Money’s Worth
    John Geanakoplos, Olivia S. Mitchell and Stephen P. Zeldes
    WP1998-09
  • Women on the Verge of Retirement: Predictors of Retiree Well-being
    Phillip B. Levine and Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1997-02
  • Pension and Social Security Wealth in the Health and Retirement Study
    Alan L. Gustman, Olivia S. Mitchell, Andrew A. Sanwick, and Thomas L. Steinmeier
    WP1997-03
  • Holders of the Public Pension Strings: Governance and Performance of Public Retirement Systems
    Michael Useem and Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1997-05
  • Building an Environment for Pension Reform in Developing Countries
    Olivia S. Mitchell
    WP1997-07
  • Retirement Wealth Accumulation and Decumulation: New Developments and Outstanding Opportunities
    Olivia S. Mitchell and James F. Moore
    WP1997-08
  • New Evidence on the Money’s Worth of Individual Annuities
    Olivia S. Mitchell, James M. Poterba and Mark J. Warshawsky
    WP1997-09
  • Goverment Guarantees for Old Age Income
    George G. Pennacchi
    WP1997-10
  • The Defined Benefit Approach
    Edith Fierst
    WP1997-11
  • Measuring Solvency in the Social Security System
    Stephen C. Goss
    WP1997-12
  • New Opportunities for the Social Security Reform
    Stephen G. Kellison and Marilyn Moon
    WP1997-13
  • Criteria for Evaluating Social Security Reform
    Janice M. Gregory
    WP1997-14
  • Possible Employer Responses to Social Security Reform
    Janice M. Gregory
    WP1997-15
  • Actuarial Perspectives on Implications of Social Security Reform for Employer-Sponsored Pension Plans
    Christopher M. Bone
    WP1997-16
  • How the Stakeholders See the Options: Perspectives from Organized Labor
    David S. Blitzstein
    WP1997-17
  • Social Security View of Adult Americans
    John Rother and William E. Wright
    WP1997-18
  • Women as Widows under a Reformed Social Security System
    Karen C. Holden
    WP1997-19
  • Thinking About Social Security’s Trust Fund
    Kent Smetters
    WP1997-21
  • Simulating Benefit Levels under Alternative Social security Reform Approaches
    Gordon P. Goodfellow and Sylvester J. Schieber
    WP1997-22
  • Stochastic Simulation of the Economic Growth Effects of Social Security Reform Approaches
    Martin R. Holmer
    WP1997-23
  • Means Testing Social Security
    David Neumark and Elizabeth Powers
    WP1997-24
  • Social Security and Employer Induced Retirement
    Robert Hutchens
    WP1997-25
  • Investment and Administrative Constraints on Personal Security Accounts
    Robert Pozen
    WP1997-26
  • Taxing Issues for Social Security
    Joyce Manchester
    WP1997-27