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Uncovering the Relationship between Real Interest Rates and Economic G ...
Bruce Hansen and Ananth Seshadri

Macroeconomic Determinants of Retirement Timing
Yuriy Gorodnichenko, Jae Song and Dmitriy Stolyarov

Did Age Discrimination Protections Help Older Workers Weather the Grea ...
David Neumark and Patrick Button

Evaluating Web-based Savings Interventions: A Preliminary Assessment
Wei-Yin Hu, Olivia S. Mitchell, Cynthia Pagliaro and Stephen P. Utkus

Older Adult Debt and Financial Frailty
Annamaria Lusardi and Olivia S. Mitchell

Disability Insurance and Healthcare Reform: Evidence from Massachusett ...
Nicole Maestas, Kathleen Mullen and Alexander Strand

Representativeness of the Low-Income Population in the Health and Reti ...
Erik Meijer and Lynn Karoly

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The Second Annual Meeting of the Disability Research Consortium will take place at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, on October 30-31, 2014. The meeting is sponsored by the NBER Disability Research Center and Mathematica’s Center for Studying Disability Policy (CSDP), with support from the Social Security Administration (SSA) as part of their Disability Research Consortium.

All are welcome to attend, but space is limited and registration is required. View the agenda and register online here.

The 16th annual meeting of the Retirement Research Consortium took place August 7-8, 2014, at the Washington, D.C., Press Club. Stay tuned for coverage in the next MRRC Newsletter.

The May 2014 MRRC Newsletter, Volume 14, Issue 2, is now available in PDF and HTML formats.

View a video interview with MRRC Researcher Eric French who discusses the research behind the paper Medicaid Insurance in Old Age, coauthored with Mariacristina De Nardi, Eric French and John Bailey Jones.

Podcast Interview with David Neumark on his MRRC paper: Do Stronger Age Discrimination Laws Make Social Security Reforms More Effective?


The University of Michigan Retirement Research Center is funded through a cooperative agreement with the Social Security Administration as part of its Retirement Research Consortium.