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How Persistent Low Returns Will Shape Saving and Retirement$
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Olivia S. Mitchell, Robert Clark, and Raimond Maurer

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780198827443

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198827443.001.0001

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Challenges and Opportunities of Living and Working Longer

Challenges and Opportunities of Living and Working Longer

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(p.101) Chapter 7 Challenges and Opportunities of Living and Working Longer
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How Persistent Low Returns Will Shape Saving and Retirement
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Joseph F. Quinn

Kevin E. Cahill

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198827443.003.0007

This chapter describes the challenges and opportunities that older Americans face, with a focus on retirement income security and the role of continued work later in life. We first overview the new world of retirement income security including a discussion of how a low return environment (e.g. low interest rates) exacerbates existing retirement income security challenges. We then document how older people have responded to the evolving retirement income landscape, especially when and how they exit the labor force, and we explore how continued work later in life can help mitigate some of the anticipated retirement security challenges. We then pose some important outstanding questions. The implications of societal aging depend in large part on how we harness or squander the labor resources of older individuals.

Keywords:   retirement income security, economics of aging, gradual retirement, work and retirement, bridge employment

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