The Winter 2015 issue of The Journal of Retirement, edited by Sandy Mackenzie and filled with articles by academics and professionals who are well-known in retirement industry circles, has just been published by Institutional Investor Journals.
This quarter’s edition includes the following articles.
- Editor’s Letter, by George A. (Sandy) Mackenzie
- “Social Security Costs in the Larger Context of Retirement Savings,” by Sylvester Schieber
- “Why Retirees Claim Social Security at 62 and How It Affects Their Retirement Income: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study,” by Mark M. Glickman and Sharon Hermes
- “Backtested Pension Math: An Empirical Look at the Causes of CALPERS Underfunding,” by Michael J. Sabin
- “Retiree Health Insurance and the Retirement Plans of College and University Faculty,” by Robert L. Clark
- “The Risk Profiles of 401(k) Accounts,” by Ganlin Xu
- “Tail-Risk Management for Retirement Investments,” by Vineer Bansali
- “Better Outcomes from Defined Contribution Plans,” by Jodi Strakosch and Melissa Kahn
- “It Is Time to Revisit Public Policy and Options for Older-Worker Employment,” by Anna Rappaport
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