2016 Fellows Symposium – Achieving Better Retirement Outcomes: Solutions for a Modern Workplace

2016 Fellows Symposium – Enhancing Retirement Security : Annamaria Lusardi

2016 Fellows Symposium – Achieving Better Retirement Outcomes: Solutions for a Modern Workplace

October 21, 2016
New York, NY
by invitation only

On October 21, 2016, the TIAA Institute and the Wharton School’s Pension Research Council co-hosted a Fellows Symposium focused on retirement security.

The symposium featured innovative research on retirement plan design, financial literacy, and other topics designed to increase financial well-being for U.S. workers and employers. Research presentations included:

  • Removing the Legal Impediments to Offering Lifetime Annuities in Pension Plans
    Jonathan B. Forman
  • Responsiveness of Retirement Distributions to Early Withdrawal Penalties
    Gopi Shah Goda, Damon Jones
  • Comprehending Financial Communications and Asset Mix Decisions
    John Wesley Hutchinson
  • Women and Retirement Security
    Annamaria Lusardi, Olivia S. Mitchell
  • Older People’s Willingness to Delay Social Security Claiming
    Olivia S. Mitchell, Raimond Maurer
  • Target Funds, Annuitization, and Retirement Investing
    Chester Spatt
Speakers
Removing the Legal Impediments to Offering Lifetime Annuities in Pension Plans
Responsiveness of Retirement Distributions to Early Withdrawal Penalties
Women and Retirement Security
Comprehending Financial Communications and Asset Mix Decisions
Older People’s Willingness to Delay Social Security Claiming
Target Funds, Annuitization, and Retirement Investing