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Bairoliya N. Pension plan heterogeneity and retirement behavior. European Economic Review. 2019;116:28 - 59. doi:10.1016/j.euroecorev.2019.03.005.
Banerjee S. Trends in Retirement Satisfaction in the United States: Fewer Having a Great Time. EBRI Notes. 2016;37(4):1-12.
Banerjee S. Take it or Leave it? The Disposition of DC Accounts: Who Rolls Over into an IRA? Who Leaves Money in the Plan and Who Withdraws Cash?. EBRI Notes. 2014;35(5):10-21.
Bender KA. Characteristics of individuals with integrated pensions. Soc Secur Bull. 1999;62(3):28-40.
Bender KA. An analysis of well-being in retirement: The role of pensions, health, and 'voluntariness' of retirement. The Journal of Socio-Economics. 2012;41(4):424-433. doi:10.1016/j.socec.2011.05.010.
Bender KA. Pension Integration and Retirement Benefits. Monthly Labor Review. 2001;Feb:49-58.
Bewerunge P, Rosen HS. Wages, Pensions, and Public-Private Sector Compensation Differentials for Older Workers. Cambridge, MA, National Institute of Economic Research; 2013.
Blank EC. Pension Type and Retirement Wealth. Industrial Relations. 1999;38(1):1-10.
Blau DM. Pensions, household saving, and welfare: A dynamic analysis of crowd out. Quantitative Economics. 2016;7:193-224. doi:10.3982/QE349.
Blau DM. How Do Pensions Affect Household Wealth Accumulation?.; 2009.
Blau DM, Gilleskie DB. A Dynamic Structural Model of Health Insurance and Retirement. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; 1998.
Blau DM, Gilleskie DB. Health Insurance and Retirement in the 1990s: A Dynamic Structural Analysis. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; 1997.
Borsch-Supan A, Coile C, Cribb J, Emmerson C, Pettinicchi Y. The changing nature of work and public pension coverage: Evidence from the US and Europe. In: World Social Security Forum. World Social Security Forum. Brussels, Belgium: International Social Security Association; 2019.
Bridges TP. Three Essays on Retirement: The Patterns and Consequences of Job Insecurity and Employer Risk-Shifting. Economics. 2018;PhD:154.
Brown C. Post-Retirement Adjustments in Defined Benefit Pensions. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2010.
Brown JR, Casey MD, Mitchell OS. Who Values the Social Security Annuity? New evidence on the annuity puzzle. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research ; 2008. doi:10.3386/w13800.
Brown JR. How Should We Insure Longevity Risk in Pensions and Social Security?. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2000.
Brown JR. Private Pensions, Mortality Risk, and the Decision to Annuitize. Journal of Public Economics. 2001;82(1). doi:10.1016/S0047-2727(00)00152-3.
Burkhauser RV, Couch KA, Phillips JWR. Who takes early Social Security benefits? The economic and health characteristics of early beneficiaries. Gerontologist. 1996;36(6):789-99. doi:10.1093/geront/36.6.789.
Burns MJ. Improving retirement security in the United States. 2014;3642719:351.
Butrica BA, Johnson RW. Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differentials in Employer-Sponsored Pensions. Urban Institute; 2010.
Butrica BA, Karamcheva NS. The Relationship Between Automatic Enrollment and DC Plan Contributions: Evidence from a National Survey of Older Workers. Boston, MA, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2015.