Retirement Research Sessions: Aug. 7, 8
Which idiosyncrasies affect the decision to retire? What’s driving the widening longevity gap between high- and low-income Americans? Are workers’ retirement savings really falling short, and is working longer good for your well-being?
These are among the research topics that will be presented two weeks from today at the 16th annual meeting in Washington D.C. of the Retirement Research Consortium, which receives support from the U.S. Social Security Administration. The agenda and details about the Aug. 7 and 8 meeting can be found here. Register to attend in person – it’s free – or view the meeting online in real time.
The consortium’s members are the Center for Retirement Research at Boston College (which supports this blog), the University of Michigan Retirement Research Center, and the NBER Retirement Research Center.
In coming weeks, the Squared Away Blog will cover some of the studies presented at the meeting.
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Thanks for this information. I look forward to viewing it online outside of hot DC.
One of the best venues for staying current on retirement research and issues. The fact that it is free makes it even better. Before I retired, I attended several of these and always came away with valuable information and potential speakers for my programs.