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2000

Coile C, Gruber J. Social Security and Retirement. Cambridge: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000. doi:10.3386/w7830.

2001

Coile C, Gruber J. Social Security Incentives for Retirement. In: Wise DA, ed. Themes in the Economics of Aging. Themes in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press; 2001.

2003

Coile C, Gruber J. Fiscal Effects of Social Security Reform in the United States. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College WP 2003-05; 2003.

2004

Coile C, Gruber J. The Effect of Social Security on Retirement in the United States. In: Gruber J, Wise DA, eds. Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World. Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press; 2004.
Coile C, Gruber J. The Effect of Social Security on Retirement in the United States. In: Gruber J, Wise DA, eds. Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World. Social Security Programs and Retirement Around the World. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press; 2004.

2010

Coile C, Gruber J. Fiscal Effects of Social Security Reform in the United States. In: Gruber J, Wise DA, eds. Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World. Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2010:503-531.
Coile C, Gruber J. Fiscal Effects of Social Security Reform in the United States. In: Gruber J, Wise DA, eds. Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World. Social Security Programs and Retirement around the World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2010:503-531.

2017

Auerbach A, Charles KK, Coile C, et al. How the growing gap in life expectancy may affect retirement benefits and reforms. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice. 2017;42(3):475-499. doi:10.1057/s41288-017-0057-0.
Auerbach A, Charles KK, Coile C, et al. How the growing gap in life expectancy may affect retirement benefits and reforms. The Geneva Papers on Risk and Insurance - Issues and Practice. 2017;42(3):475-499. doi:10.1057/s41288-017-0057-0.