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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

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

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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

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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

354

Zivolich, S., Shueman, S.A., & Weiner, J.S. (1997). An exploratory cost-benefit analysis of natural support strategies in the employment of people with severe disabilities. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 8, 211–221.

  • Topic Area: Disability Employment Policy

Study Type: Descriptive Analysis

Outcome Effectiveness:

Disability insurance Supplemental security income (SSI) Supported employment or other employment supports

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

267

State of Connecticut (2009). Benefit Offset Pilot Demonstration: Connecticut final report.

  • Topic Area: Disability Employment Policy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Disability insurance Supplemental security income (SSI)

298

Stapleton, D., Wittenburg, D., Gubits, D., Judkins, D., Mann, D.R., & McGuirk, A. (2013). BOND implementation and evaluation: First-year snapshot of earnings and benefit impacts for Stage 1. Cambridge, MA: Abt Associates, Inc.; Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research.

  • Topic Area: Disability Employment Policy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: High Causal Evidence

Disability insurance Other wages and benefits Supplemental security income (SSI)

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

389

Nazarov, Z. (2013). Can benefits and work incentives counseling be a path to future economic self-sufficiency for SSI/SSDI beneficiaries? Center for Retirement Research Working Paper 17.

  • Topic Area: Disability Employment Policy

Study Type: Causal Impact Analysis

Causal Evidence Rating: Moderate Causal Evidence

Outcome Effectiveness:

Disability insurance Supplemental security income (SSI) Vocational rehabilitation