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Motegi H, Nishimura Y, Oikawa M. Retirement and Health Investment Behaviors: An International Comparison. Munich, Germany: Munich Personal RePEc Archive Paper; 2019.PDF icon MPRA_paper_96133.pdf (693.86 KB)
Szinovacz ME, Davey A. Retirement and Marital Decision-Making: Effects on Retirement Satisfaction. Journal of Marriage and the Family. 2005;67(2):387-398.
Chung S. Retirement and Obesity among the Near Elderly. 2005.
Chung S, Domino ME, Stearns SC, Popkin BM. Retirement and Physical Activity: Analyses by occupation and wealth. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 2009;36(5):422-28.
Knapp D, Asch B, Hosek J, Mattock M. The Retirement and Social Security Benefit Claiming of U.S. Military Retirees. Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2015.
Fonseca R, Michaud P-C, Galama T, Kapteyn A. Retirement and the Demand for Health. RAND; 2008.
Friedberg L, Webb A. Retirement and the Evolution of Pension Structure. Journal of Human Resources. 2005;40(2):281-308.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL, Tabatabai N. Retirement and the Great Recession. Journal of Retirement. 2015;3(1):87-106. doi:10.3905/jor.2015.3.1.087.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Retirement and the Stock Market Bubble. National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER); 2002.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Retirement and Wealth. Social Security Bulletin. 2001;64(2).
Goldman D, Lakdawalla DN, Zheng Y. Retirement and Weight. RAND; 2008.
Forman-Hoffman VL, Richardson KK, Yankey JW, Hillis SL, Wallace RB, Wolinsky FD. Retirement and Weight Changes Among Men and Women in the Health and Retirement Study. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2008;63B(3):S146-153.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. Is Retirement Being Remade? Developments in Labor Market Patterns at Older Ages. In: Recalibrating Retirement Spending and Saving. Vol. 1. Recalibrating Retirement Spending and Saving. ; 2008:13-29.
Papke LE. Retirement choices by state and local public sector employees: The role of eligibility and financial incentives. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. doi:10.1017/S1474747218000446.PDF icon w25436.pdf (197.26 KB)
Chiang M-F. Retirement Consumption Behavior: Evidence from HRS CAMS 2001. Human Ecology. 2012;Ph.D.:168.
Hurd MD, Rohwedder S. The Retirement Consumption Puzzle: Actual Spending Change in Panel Data. National Bureau of Economic Research; 2008.
Wang J. The Retirement Decision of Working Married Couples: A test of some competing hypotheses. 2001.
United States Governmental Office. Retirement Decisions: Federal Policies Offer Mixed Signals about When to Retire. Washington, DC, U.S. Government Accountability Office; 2007.
Ilchuk S. Retirement Decisions of Women and Men in Response to their Own and Spousal Health. 2009.
Charles KK. Is Retirement Depressing? Labor Force Inactivity and Psychological Well-Being in Later Life. In: Polachek SW, ed. Accounting for Worker Well-Being. Accounting for Worker Well-Being. Elsevier; 2004.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Retirement Effects of Proposals by the President's Commision to Strengthen Social Security. National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper Series. 2003;No. 10030.PDF icon w10030.pdf (772.74 KB)
Dwyer DS, Hu J. Retirement Expectations and Realizations: The Role of Health Shocks and Economic Factors. In: Mitchell OS, Hammond B, Rappaport A, eds. Forecasting Retirement Needs and Retirement Wealth. Forecasting Retirement Needs and Retirement Wealth. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Press; 2000:274-287.
Honig M. Retirement expectations: differences by race, ethnicity, and gender. The Gerontologist. 1996;36(3):373-82.
Coile C. Retirement Incentives and Couples' Retirement Decisions. Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy: Vol. 4, No, Berkeley Electronic Press; 2004.
Chan S, Stevens AHuff. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. NBER; 2001.