2017 Sandell Grant Program Recipients

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Failure to Contribute: An Estimate of the Consequences of Non- and Underpayment of Self-Employment Taxes by Independent Contractors and On-Demand Workers on Social Security
Caroline Bruckner, American University and Thomas L. Hungerford, Independent Economic Consultant

Exploring the Consequences of Discrimination and Health for Retirement by Race and Ethnicity: Results from the Health and Retirement Study
Ernest Gonzales, Boston University, School of Social Work, Yeonjung Jane Lee, Boston University, School of Social Work, William V. Padula, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Lindsey Subin Jung, Boston University, School of Public Health

Financial Management Support for SSA Beneficiaries: Looking Beyond the Payee
Annie Harper, Yale University

Competition, Asymmetric Information, and the Annuity Puzzle: Evidence from a Government-Run Exchange in Chile
Gastón Illanes, Northwestern University and Manisha Padi, University of Chicago Law School

Accounting for Social Security Claiming Behavior
Svetlana Pashchenko, University of Georgia and Ponpoje Porapakkarm, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies

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