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2004

Bender KA. The Well-Being of Retirees: Evidence Using Subjective Data. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2004.
Even W, Macpherson DA. When Will the Gender Gap in Retirement Income Narrow?. Southern Economic Journal. 2004;71(1):182-200. doi:10.2307/4135320.
Shuey K. Worker preferences, spousal coordination, and participation in an employer-sponsored pension plan. Research on Aging. 2004;26(3):287-316. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/0164027503262476.
Crimmins EM, Hayward MD. Workplace characteristics and work disability onset for men and women. Soz Praventivmed. 2004;49(2):122-31. doi:10.1007/s00038-004-3105-z.
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2003

Coronado JL, Perozek M. Wealth Effects and the Consumption of Leisure: Retirement Decisions During the Stock Market Boom of the 1990s. Federal Reserve Board, Finance and Economics Discussion Series ; 2003.
Bond SA, Krueger PM, Rogers RG, Hummer RA. Wealth, Race, and Mortality. Social Science Quarterly. 2003;84(3):667-684. doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/1540-6237.8403011.
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 JB, Warshawsky MJ, eds. Public Policies and Private Pensions. Public Policies and Private Pensions. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution; 2003:57-125.
Benítez-Silva H, Dwyer DS. What to Expect when you are Expecting Rationality: Testing Rational Expectations using Micro Data. SUNY-Stony Brook; 2003.
Chan S, Stevens AH. What You Don't Know Can't Help You: Knowledge and Retirement Decision Making. Cambridge, Mass., National Bureau of Economic Research; 2003.
Elder HW, Rudolph PM. Who Makes the Financial Decisions in the Households of Older Americans. Financial Services Review. 2003;12:293.
Weir DR, Willis RJ. Widowhood, Divorce and Loss of Health Insurance Among Near-Elderly Women: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan; 2003.
Wilson SE, Burton J, Howell BL. Work Disability Among Non-Elderly Adult Males: The United States, 1893-2001. Brigham Young University; 2003.

2002

Khitatrakun S. Wealth and the Timing of Retirement. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Economics Department; 2002.
Sevak P. Wealth Shocks and Retirement Timing and Other Essays. 2002.
Sevak P. Wealth Shocks and Retirement Timing: Evidence from the Nineties. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 2002.
Kezdi G, Willis RJ. Who Becomes a Stockholder? Expectations, Subjective Uncertainty, and Asset Allocation. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement and Disability Research Center, University of Michigan; 2002.
Pienta AM, Hayward MD. Who Expects to Continue Working After Age 62? The retirement plans of couples. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2002;57B(4):S199-208. doi:10.1093/geronb/57.4.S199.
Ekerdt DJ, Hackney JK. Workers' Ignorance of Retirement Benefits. The Gerontologist. 2002;42(4):543-51. doi:10.1093/geront/42.4.543.
Zissimopoulos JM, Panis C, Hurd MD. Workers Who Take Early Social Security Retirement Benefits. Washington, DC, RAND Labor and Population Program; Prepared for the Social Security Administration; 2002.
Levine PB, Mitchell OS, Phillips JWR. Worklife Determinants of Retirement Income Differentials Between Men and Women. In: Bodie Z, Hammond B, Mitchell OS, eds. Innovations in Financing Retirement. Innovations in Financing Retirement. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press; 2002:50-76.

2001

Summer L, Shirey L. What Benefits Do Young Retirees and Older Workers Receive?. Washington, DC, National Academy on an Aging Society; 2001.