New issue of The Journal of Retirement appears

The Journal of Retirement, the year-old academic quarterly produced by Institutional Investor Journals, underwritten by Bank of America Merrill Lynch and edited by George A. (Sandy) Mackenzie, announced the publication of its Spring 2014 edition.

The Spring 2014 issue of The Journal of Retirement appeared this week, with articles by Moshe Milevsky, Jeffrey Brown, Richard Fullmer, Jack Vanderhei and other prominent retirement researchers.

The following articles were listed in the table of contents:

  • Defined Contribution Plans as a Foundation for Retirement Security, by Jeffrey R. Brown and Scott J. Weisbenner.
  • Can Collars Reduce Retirement Sequencing Risk? by Moshe Milevsky and Steven E. Posner.
  • Retirement Adequacy through Higher Contributions: Is This the Only Way? by Michael Drew, Pieter Stoltz, Adam Walk and Jason West.
  • Evaluation of Target-Date Glide Paths within Defined Contribution Plans, by Richard K. Fullmer and James A. Tzitzouris.
  • Why Does Retirement Readiness Vary: Results from EBRI’s 2014 Retirement Security Projection Model, by Jack Vanderhei.
  • Retirement Income Research: What Can We Learn from Economics? by Gordon Irlam and Joseph Tomlinson.
  • Why Don’t People Annuitize? The Role of Advice Provided by Retirement Planning Software, by John A. Turner.
  • A review of  “Retirement Income: Risks and Strategies,” by Journal of Retirement editor George A. (Sandy) Mackenzie.

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