Economics of Saving and Retirement in the U.S.

A MiCDA Research Signature Theme

MiCDA researchers examine the complex decisions involved both in accumulating sufficient assets for retirement and in spending them once retired. They also investigate factors affecting financial management at older ages, examining correlations among cognitive, educational, and financial performance measures.

Does Greater Prevalence of High Strain Working Conditions Lead to Greater Rates of Early Retirement in Central and Eastern Europe? (Burgard)

Interplay of Genetic and Socioeconomic Predictors of Memory Decline in Older Adults (Faul)

Health, Wealth, and Wellbeing over the Life Course and Across Generations (Freedman)

Using the Dynamics of Happiness to Measure the Subjective Importance of Events (Kimball)

A Life-Cycle Analysis of Health, Family Structure, Wealth and Retirement (Laitner)

Michigan Retirement Research Center (MRRC) 2015 (Laitner)

University of Michigan Retirement Research Center 2013-2018 (Laitner)

Costs of Dementia (Langa)

Expanding the National Health Accounts (Langa)

Wealth after the Great Recession: Who Lost and Who Recovered? (Pfeffer)

Retirement in the 1950's: Rebuilding a Longitudinal Database (Pienta)

Economic Status, Health, and Well-Being Over the Life Course and Across Generations (Schoeni)

Health, Wealth, and Pensions Over the Life Course in a Long Panel (Schoeni)

Intergenerational Family Transfers of Time and Money in the PSID (Schoeni)

Harnessing Naturally-Occurring Data to Study Financial Change of Older Americans (Shapiro)

NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (Shapiro)

SIPP Supplement to: NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. A Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (Shapiro)

Supplement to: NCRN-MN: Linking Surveys to the World: Administrative Data, the Web, and Beyond. A Michigan Node of the NSF-Census Research Network (Shapiro)

Health and Retirement Study Yrs23-28: Year 25 Dementia Trends Admin Supplement (Weir)

Behavior on Surveys and in the Economy: HRS and Beyond (Willis)