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Ekerdt DJ, Hackney JK. Workers' Ignorance of Retirement Benefits. The Gerontologist. 2002;42(4):543-51.
Shuey K. Worker preferences, spousal coordination, and participation in an employer-sponsored pension plan. Research on Aging. 2004;26(3):287-316.
Johnson R, Butrica BA, Mommaerts C. Work and Retirement Patterns for the G.I. Generation, Silent Generation, and Early Boomers: Thirty Years of Change.; 2010.
Rutledge MS, Gillis CM, Webb A. Will the Average Retirement Age Continue to Increase?. Boston, MA, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2015.
Wu AYanyuan, Rutledge MS, Penglase J. Why Don't Lower-Income Individuals Have Retirement Saving Plans?. Communities and Banking. 2015;16(1):16-19.
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 Working Paper 13800; 2008.
Burkhauser RV, Couch KA, Phillips JWR. Who takes early Social Security benefits? The economic and health characteristics of early beneficiaries. The Gerontologist. 1996;36(6):789-99.
Johnson R, Uccello CE, Goldwyn JH. Who Foregoes Survivor Protection in Employer-Sponsored Pension Annuities?. The Gerontologist. 2005;45(1):26-35.
Stevens AHuff, Chan S. What You Don't Know Can't Help You: Pension knowledge and retirement decision-making. Review of Economics and Statistics. 2008;90(2):253 -266.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. What You Don't Know Can't Help You: Knowledge and Retirement Decision Making. Cambridge, Mass., National Bureau of Economic Research; 2003.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. What People Don't Know About Their Pensions and Social Security: An Analysis Using Linked Data from the Health and Retirement Study. In: Gale WG, Shoven J, Warshawsky MJ, eds. Public Policies and Private Pensions. Public Policies and Private Pensions. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution; 2003.
Summer L, Shirey L. What Benefits Do Young Retirees and Older Workers Receive?. Washington, DC, National Academy on an Aging Society; 2001.
Zipple J. Wealth Illusion: Theory and Effects on Wealth Accumulation of Defined Contribution Pension Participants. 2000.
Bewerunge P, Rosen HS. Wages, Pensions, and Public-Private Sector Compensation Differentials for Older Workers. Cambridge, MA, National Institute of Economic Research; 2013.

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Stephens, Jr. M. Two Essays on the Labor Market. 1998.
Banerjee S. Trends in Retirement Satisfaction in the United States: Fewer Having a Great Time. EBRI Notes. 2016;37(4):1-12.
Hurd MD, Rohwedder S. Trends in Labor Force Participation: How Much is Due to Changes in Pensions?. Journal of Population Ageing. 2011;4(1-2):81-96. doi:10.1007/s12062-011-9042-8.
Poterba JM, Venti SF, Wise DA. The Transition to Personal Retirement Accounts and Increasing Retirement Wealth. In: Wise DA, ed. Perspectives on the Economics of Aging. Perspectives on the Economics of Aging. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press; 2004.
Orlova NS, Rutledge MS, Wu AYanyuan. The Transition from Defined Benefit to Defined Contribution Pensions: Does It Influence Elderly Poverty?. Boston College; 2015.
Clift JW. Three Essays on the Labor Supply, Savings and Investment Behavior of Older Workers. 2012;3534109:121.
Bridges TP. Three Essays on Retirement: The Patterns and Consequences of Job Insecurity and Employer Risk-Shifting. Economics. 2018;PhD:154.
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.