Social Security and Early Retirement

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Price
$10.99
Publisher
MIT Press
Publish Date
Pages
138
Dimensions
6.92 X 0.69 X 9.3 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780262062497

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About the Author
Pierre Pestieau is Professor of Economics at the University of Liege. Pestieau is coauthor (with Robert Fenge) of Social Security and Early Retirement (MIT Press, 2005).
Reviews
--James M. Poterba, Mitsui Professor of Economics, MIT
--David Miles, Morgan Stanley and Imperial College, London
--Richard Disney, University of Nottingham and Institute for Fiscal Studies, London
" This book summarizes recent research on the links between the structure of social security and early retirement. It is well written and covers a good deal of very new material. All in all, a very useful volume." --David Miles, Morgan Stanley and Imperial College, London
" This book combines interesting theoretical work on the design of social insurance programs with a clear discussion of recent trends in the labor market behavior of the elderly. A valuable advance in our understanding of optimal retirement policy." --James M. Poterba, Mitsui Professor of Economics, MIT
" Understanding the role of social security in promoting early retirement is crucial if we are to sustain social security programs during the coming demographic transition. Robert Fenge and Pierre Pestieau draw on their considerable expertise to examine both theoretical and empirical perspectives on this important issue." --Richard Disney, University of Nottingham and Institute for Fiscal Studies, London
& quot; This book summarizes recent research on the links between the structure of social security and early retirement. It is well written and covers a good deal of very new material. All in all, a very useful volume.& quot; --David Miles, Morgan Stanley and Imperial College, London
& quot; This book combines interesting theoretical work on the design of social insurance programs with a clear discussion of recent trends in the labor market behavior of the elderly. A valuable advance in our understanding of optimal retirement policy.& quot; --James M. Poterba, Mitsui Professor of Economics, MIT
& quot; Understanding the role of social security in promoting early retirement is crucial if we are to sustain social security programs during the coming demographic transition. Robert Fenge and Pierre Pestieau draw on their considerable expertise to examine both theoretical and empirical perspectives on this important issue.& quot; --Richard Disney, University of Nottingham and Institute for Fiscal Studies, London
"This book combines interesting theoretical work on the design of social insurance programs with a clear discussion of recent trends in the labor market behavior of the elderly. A valuable advance in our understanding of optimal retirement policy."--James M. Poterba, Mitsui Professor of Economics, MIT
"This book summarizes recent research on the links between the structure of social security and early retirement. It is well written and covers a good deal of very new material. All in all, a very useful volume."--David Miles, Morgan Stanley and Imperial College, London
"Understanding the role of social security in promoting early retirement is crucial if we are to sustain social security programs during the coming demographic transition. Robert Fenge and Pierre Pestieau draw on their considerable expertise to examine both theoretical and empirical perspectives on this important issue."--Richard Disney, University of Nottingham and Institute for Fiscal Studies, London