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Financialized retirement systems, like defined contribution (DC) plans in the U.S., shift market risk away from employers and governments to individuals.
This research was performed pursuant to a grant from the AARP Innovation Challenge.
How does effective demand, productivity growth, income, and wealth distributions influence and constrain the economy? 
This paper explores how climate damage affects the long-run evolution of the economy.
The number of earnings shocks people experience - job loss, divorce, health emergencies, etc - differs by income level, contributing to inequality in retirement wealth.
This presentation shows how Washington's residents will face increasing downward mobility in retirement.
About a quarter of people with long-term care insurance let their policies lapse before they die.

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