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Do Older Adults Accurately Forecast Their Social Security Benefits?. NBER; 2023. doi:10.3386/w31023..
Does Bridge Employment Mitigate or Exacerbate Inequalities Later in Life?. Work, Aging and Retirement. 2022. doi:10.1093/workar/waac020..
The 80%: Four Ways to Help Retirees Make Their Money Last. National Council on Aging; 2020..
The Effect of Early Social Security Retirement Benefit Receipt on Poverty among Older Women. Public Policy. 2020;Master..
Essays in Retirement Economics . Economics. 2020;Doctor of Philosophy..
How Did the Reintroduction of the Social Security Statement Change Workers' Expectations and Plans?. 2020;80(4)..
Social Security Eligibility Age and the Health Outcomes and Health Behaviors of the Elderly. In: 113th Annual Conference on Taxation. 113th Annual Conference on Taxation. National Tax Association; 2020..
THREE ESSAYS ON THE EFFECTS OF PUBLIC POLICIES. 2020;Doctor of Philosophy..
Are Marriage-Related Taxes and Social Security Benefits Holding Back Female Labor Supply?. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series. 2019;No. 26097. doi:10.3386/w26097..
ASSESSING THE ADEQUACY OF SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT BENEFITS ACROSS RACE-ETHNICITY, GENDER, AND AGE OF RETIREMENT. Innovation in Aging. 2019;3(Suppl 1):S890-S890. doi:10.1093/geroni/igz038.3257..
Why Are U.S. Households Claiming Social Security Later?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2017..
The Impact of Social Security Income on Cognitive Function at Older Ages. American Journal of Health Economics. 2015. doi:10.3386/w21484..
The Nexus of Social Security Benefits, Health, and Wealth at Death. In: Discoveries in the Economics of Aging. Discoveries in the Economics of Aging. University of Chicago Press; 2014:159-182..
Why Do Married Men Claim Social Security Benefits So Early? Ignorance or Caddishness?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2007..
Understanding Patterns of Social Security Benefit Receipt, Pensions Incomes, Retirement and Saving by Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Marital Status: A Structural Approach. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2004..