2019 Fellows Symposium – Putting Behavioral Finance to Work: Insights and Solutions for Better Retirement Outcomes

2019 Fellows Symposium – Putting Behavioral Finance to Work: Insights and Solutions for Better Retirement Outcomes

June 19, 2019
New York, NY
by invitation only

The TIAA Institute and the Pension Research Council at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania hosted a Fellows Symposium on June 19, 2019. The symposium explored how behavioral factors and biases affect retirement planning and other financial decisions and featured new research from some of the field’s leading scholars:

  • Joseph Kable, University of Pennsylvania
    Factors Affecting Temporal Discounting in Older Adults
     
  • Federico Echenique, California Institute of Technology
    Testing Attitudes Towards Risk and Uncertainty in Financial Markets for Older Adults
     
  • Annamaria Lusardi, The George Washington University, TIAA Institute Fellow
    Debt Close to Retirement and its Implications for Retirement Well-being
     
  • Julie Agnew, William & Mary, TIAA Institute Fellow
    White-labels, brands and trust: How mutual fund labels affect retirement portfolios
     
  • David P. Richardson, TIAA Institute
    The Effect of Default Target Date Funds on Retirement Savings Allocation
     
  • Bill Skimmyhorn, William & Mary
    Effect of Government Pensions on Labor Supply, Savings, and Financial Well-Being