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Honig M. Married Women's Retirement Expectations: Do Pensions and Social Security Matter?. American Economic Review. 1998;88(2):202-206.
Cunningham CR, Engelhardt GV, Kumar A. Measuring Pension Wealth. In: Redefining Retirement: How Will Boomers Fare?. Redefining Retirement: How Will Boomers Fare? New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2007.
Allin S, Masseria C, Mossialos E. Measuring socioeconomic differences in use of health care services by wealth versus by income. Am J Public Health. 2009;99(10):1849-55. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2008.141499.
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Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Minimum Hours Constraints, Job Requirements and Retirement. Cambridge, Mass.; 2004.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL, Tabatabai N. Mismeasurement of Pensions Before and After Retirement: The Mystery of the Disappearing Pensions with Implications for the Importance of Social Security as a Source of Retirement Support. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan; 2012.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL, Tabatabai N. Mismeasurement of pensions before and after retirement: the mystery of the disappearing pensions with implications for the importance of Social Security as a source of retirement support. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. 2014;13(1):1-26.
Toder E, Thompson LH, Favreault MM, et al. Modeling Income in the Near Term: Revised Projections of Retirement Income Through 2020 for the 1931-1960 Birth Cohorts. Washington DC, The Urban Institute; 2002.
Mitchell OS, Phillips JWR, Au A. Modeling Lifetime Earnings Paths: Hypothetical versus Actual Workers. University of Pennsylvania, Boettner Center for Pe, Pension Research Council WP 2004-3; 2004.
Harris ARehder. Modeling Retirement Behavior: A Test of the Option-Value Model Using the Health and Retirement Study. Congressional Budget Office; 2001.
Engelhardt GV, Kumar A. Money on the table: Some evidence on the role of liquidity constraints in 401(k) saving. Economics Letters. 2008;99(2):402-404.

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Lumsdaine RL, Mitchell OS. New Developments in the Economic Analysis of Retirement. In: Ashenfelter O, Card D, eds. Handbook of labor economics. Volume 3C. Handbook of labor economics. Volume 3C. Amsterdam; New York and Oxford: Elsevier Science, North-Holland; 1999:3261-3307.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. New Measures of Pension Knowledge.; 2006.
Honoré BE, de Paula Á. A new model for interdependent durations with an application to joint retirement. London, Centre for Microdata Methods and Practice; 2016.
Friedberg L, Owyang MT. Not Your Father's Pension Plan: The Rise of 401(k) and Other Defined Contribution Plans. Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Review. 2002;Jan/Feb.

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Honig M, Dushi I. Participation and Contributions in Tax-deferred Retirement Accounts: Evidence from Social Security Records. The University of Michigan; 2010.
Gustman AL, Mitchell OS, Samwick AA, Steinmeier TL. Pension and Social Security Wealth in the Health and Retirement Study. In: James P. Smith, Willis RJ, eds. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press; 1999:150-208.
Gustman AL, Mitchell OS, Samwick AA, Steinmeier TL. Pension and Social Security Wealth in the Health and Retirement Study. National Bureau of Economic Research; 1997.
Lay MJ. Pension contributions, pension awareness, and changing personal finances. Contemporary Economic Policy. Forthcoming. doi:10.1111/coep.12420.
Hardy MA, Shuey K. Pension Decisions in a Changing Economy: Gender, Structure, and Choice. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2000;55B(5):S271-7.
Fang C, Butchart A, Stolyarova H, Nolte MA, Peticolas R. Pension Estimation Program Users Guide. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan; 2016.PDF icon Download PDF (1.31 MB)