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Brown, J. R., Kapteyn, A., & Mitchell, O. S. (2016). Framing and claiming: How information-framing affects expected social security claiming behavior. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 83(1), 139-162.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Insights

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Behavioral interventions

1131

Goda, G. S., Shoven, J. B., & Slavov, S. N. (2007). A tax on work for the elderly: Medicare as a secondary payer. (NBER Working Paper No. 13383). Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs

1176

Benítez-Silva, H., & Yin, N. (2009). An empirical study of the effects of Social Security reforms on benefit claiming behavior and receipt using public-use administrative microdata. Social Security Bulletin, 69(3), 77-95.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs

1174

Blau, D. M., & Goodstein, R. M. (2010). Can Social Security explain trends in labor force participation of older men in the United States? Journal of Human Resources, 45(2), 328-363.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs

282

Burman, L., Coe, N., Dworsky, N., & Gale, W. (2008). Effects of public policies on the disposition of pre-retirement lump-sum distributions: Rational and behavioral influences. CentER Discussion Paper Series No. 2008-94.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits

1144

Kaushal, N. (2010). Elderly immigrants’ labor supply response to supplemental security income. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 29(1), 137-162.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Foreign and temporary workers

1141

Michaud, P., & Van Soest, A. (2008). How did the elimination of the US earnings test above the normal retirement age affect labour supply expectations? Fiscal Studies, 29(2), 197-231. doi:10.1111/j.1475-5890.2008.00073.x

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs

1796
Morrill, M. S., & Westall, J. (2019). Social security and retirement timing: Evidence from a national sample of teachers. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 18, 549–564.

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits

1137

Figinski, T. F. (2013). The economics of federal tax and employment laws: Empirical evidence from three studies. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest. Accession No. 1415455735.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs

1139

Haider, S. J., & Loughran, D. S. (2008). The effect of the social security earnings test on male labor supply: New evidence from survey and administrative data. Journal of Human Resources, 43(1), 57-87.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Federal retirement benefits Older workers' programs