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396

Choi, J., Laibson, D., & Madrian, B. (2011). $100 bills on the sidewalk: Suboptimal investment in 401(K) plans. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 93(3), 748-763.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

394

Choi, J., Laibson, D., & Madrian, B. (2005). Are empowerment and education enough? Underdiversification in 401(k) plans. Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 2005, (2), 151-213.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

359

Wenger, J., & Weller, C. (2011). Boon or bane?: 401(k) loans and loan provisions. Available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1941411.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

392

Benartzi, S., Peleg, E., & Thaler, R. (2007). Choice architecture and retirement savings plans. Los Angeles, Ca. SSRN working paper.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

273

Iyengar, S., & Kamenica, E. (2010). Choice proliferation, simplicity seeking, and asset allocation. Journal of Public Economics, 94, 530-539.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

1150

Nyce, S., Schieber, S. Shoven, J. B., Slavov, S., & Wise, D. A. (2013). Does retiree health insurance encourage early retirement? Journal of Public Economics, 104, 40-51.

  • Topic Area: Older Workers

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits Older workers' programs

340

Choi, J.J., Laibson, D., Madrian, B.C., & Metrick, A. (2004). For better or for worse default effects and 401(k) savings behavior. National Bureau of Economic Research, 81-126

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

360

Iyengar, S.S., Huberman, G., & Jiang, W. (2003). How much choice is too much? Contributions to 401 (k) retirement plans. Pension Research Council working paper.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

260

Hershfield, H., Goldstein, D., Sharpe, W., Fox, J., Yeykelis, L., Carstensen, L., & Bailenson, J. (2011). Increasing saving behavior through age-progressed renderings of the future self. Journal of Marketing Research, 48(SPL), S23–S37.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits

263

Brown, J., Lang, N., & Weisbenner, S. (2007). Individual account investment options and portfolio choice: Behavioral lessons from 401(K) plans. National Bureau of Economic Research working paper No. 13169. Cambridge, MA: NBER.

  • Topic Area: Behavioral Finance: Retirement

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Low Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Employer provided retirement benefits