New issue of The Journal of Retirement published

The Winter edition of the journal includes articles by experts previously cited or quoted in RIJ, including Anna Rappaport, Jodi Strakosch, Sylvester Schieber, and editor Sandy Mackenzie, plus several authors that may be new to RIJ readers.

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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