Analyses in the Economics of Aging (National Bureau of by David A. Wise

By David A. Wise

Analyses within the Economics of getting older summarizes an enormous volume of recent examine on numerous renowned and less-examined subject matters relating the connection among economics and getting older. one of several topics explored during this quantity, significant cognizance is given to new examine on retirement rate reductions, the price and potency of clinical assets, and the predictors of healthiness events.

The quantity starts with a dialogue of the dangers and benefits of 401(k) plans. next chapters current contemporary research of the expansion of Medicare expenditures; different features of incapacity; and the evolution of healthiness, wealth, and dwelling preparations over the lifestyles direction. conserving with the worldwide culture of past volumes, Analyses within the Economics of getting older also comprises comparative reviews on mark downs habit in Italy, the Netherlands, and the U.S.; an exam of loved ones rate reductions between varied age teams in Germany; and a bankruptcy dedicated to inhabitants getting older and the plight of widows in India.

Carefully compiled and containing probably the most state-of-the-art examine and research to be had, this quantity might be of curiosity to any professional or policymaker fascinated with ongoing adjustments in rate reductions and retirement behaviors.

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4 40th percentile Social Security DB pension Other annuity Retirement accounts IRA 401(k) and other DC Other financial wealth Housing equity Other wealth SS ϩ DB ϩ other annuity ϩ other financial Total (excl. 8 60th percentile Social Security DB pension Other annuity Retirement accounts IRA 401(k) and other DC Other financial wealth Housing equity Other wealth SS ϩ DB ϩ other annuity ϩ other financial Total (excl. retirement accts) Total (continued ) 32 James M. Poterba, Joshua Rauh, Steven F. Venti, and David A.

The better-educated households have lower earnings than the less-educated groups, however, between ages twenty-five and thirty, when the highly educated group is presumably still accumulating educational human capital. 1 show the age-earnings profiles for couples with final earnings and a husband between the ages of sixty-three and sixty-seven in 2000. These figures exclude years in which a household has zero earnings. 1 shows median income in year 2000 dollars. All three educational groups show a decline in the last third of the working life even excluding household-year observations with zero earnings.

4 are examples of the use of the entire distribution of retirement wealth outcomes to describe the effects of different portfolio strategies. They present information on how different portfolio strategies will affect the average level of retirement wealth, as well as its dispersion. The fraction of retirement wealth outcomes in the allstock or fifty-fifty stock/index cases that fall below the outcome in the allindex-bond case provides some insight on the risks associated with the various strategies.

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