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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.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8990591?dopt=Abstract
Hou W, Munnell AH, Sanzenbacher GT, Li Y. Why are US men retiring later?. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. 2020;19(3):442–457. doi:10.1017/S1474747218000331.
Glickman MM, Hermes SLynn. Why Retirees Claim Social Security at 62 and How It Affects Their Retirement Income: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Retirement. 2015;2(3):25-39. doi:10.3905/jor.2015.2.3.025.
Schreiber P. Widowhood and Retirement Timing: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. 2018;18(3). doi:10.1515/bejeap-2017-0178.
Gillen M, Heath CJ. Women s Timing of Receipt of Social Security Retirement Benefits. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 2014;35(3):362-375. doi:10.1007/s10834-013-9374-z.
Gillen M, Heath CJ. Women's receipt of Social Security retirement benefits: expectations compared to elections. Journal of women and aging. 2013;25(4):321. doi:10.1080/08952841.2013.816219.
Ekerdt DJ, Hackney JK. Workers' Ignorance of Retirement Benefits. The Gerontologist. 2002;42(4):543-51. doi:10.1093/geront/42.4.543.

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Pashchenko S, Porapakkarm P. Accounting for Social Security Claiming Behavior. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2018.
Zhivan NA, Monk C, Turner JA. Adjusting Social Security for Increasing Life Expectancy: Effects on Progressivity. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2010.
Laitner J, Silverman DS. Adjusting the Payroll Tax to Promote Longer Careers. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2017:1-47.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL, Tabatabai N. The Affordable Care Act as Retiree Health Insurance: Implications for Retirement and Social Security Claiming. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016:1-55. doi:10.3386/w22815.
Panis C. Annuities and Retirement Satisfaction. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation; 2003.
Clark R, Hammond R, Morrill M, Vanderweide D. Annuity Options in Public Pension Plans:The Curious Case of Social Security Leveling. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2017. doi:10.3386/w23262.
Riphahn RT, Kreider B. Applications to the US Disability Program: A Semiparametric Approach.; 1997.
Candon D. Are cancer survivors who are eligible for social security more likely to retire than healthy workers? Evidence from difference-in-differences. Dublin, UCD School of Economics, University College Dublin; 2015.
Shu P. Asset Accumulation and Labor Force Participation of Disability Insurance Applicants. Cambridge, MA, Harvard Business School; 2013.
United States Congressional Office. Baby Boomers' Retirement Prospects: An Overview. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Budget Office; 2003.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Behavioral Effects of Social Security Policies on Benefit Claiming, Retirement and Saving. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan; 2012.
Bradley CJ, Bednarek H, Neumark D. Breast Cancer Survival, Work, and Earnings. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2001. doi:10.3386/w8134.
Butrica BA, Karamcheva NS. The Changing Causes and Consequences of Not Working Before Age 62. Center for Retirement Research Working Papers Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2012.
Smith JP. The Changing Economic Circumstances of the Elderly: Income, Wealth and Social Security. Syracuse University; 1997.
Li X, Hurd MD, Loughran D. The Characteristics of Social Security Beneficiaries Who Claim Benefits at the Early Entitlement Age. AARP Public Policy Institute; 2008.
Sanzenbacher GT, Belbase A. Cognitive Impairment and Social Security’s Representative Payee Program. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2016.
Mitchell OS, Olson J, Steinmeier TL. Construction of the Earnings and Benefits File (EBF) for Use with the Health and Retirement Study. University of Pennsylvania; 1996.
Note - An updated and revised version of this paper is available in Forecasting Retirement Needs and Retirement Wealth, Olivia S. Mitchell, P. Brett Hammond and Anna M. Rappaport, eds., Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. See Chapter 13, "Social Security Earnings and Projected Benefits"
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