|Title||Option Value Estimation with HRS Data|
|Publication Type||Book Chapter|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Authors||Samwick, AA, Wise, DA|
|Editor||Ogura, S, Tachibanaki, T, Wise, DA|
|Book Title||Labor Markets and Firm Benefit Policies in Japan and the United States|
|Publisher||University of Chicago Press|
|Keywords||Public Policy, Retirement Planning and Satisfaction|
We estimate the effect of financial incentives to delay retirement on the probability of retirement in the Health and Retirement Study. We find statistically significant effects of both pension wealth and pension incentives on the probability of retirement. The effects are more robust when retirement is defined only as a job separation rather than a complete transition out of the labor force. We also investigate possible interactions between the effects of health, wealth, and health insurance on retirement.
RDA 1997-011 ProCite field 8 : eds.
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financial incentives/retirement behavior/Partial Retirement/retirement planning
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|Short Title||Option Value Estimation with HRS Data|