Recessions, reeling markets, and retiree well-being

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StatementCourtney C. Coile, Phillip B. Levine
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 16066, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 16066.
ContributionsLevine, Phillip B., National Bureau of Economic Research
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Recessions, Reeling Markets, and Retiree Well-Being Courtney C. Coile, Phillip B. Levine. NBER Working Paper No.

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Recessions, Reeling Markets, and Retiree Well-Being. By Courtney Coile, Courtney C. Coile and Phillip B. Levine. Abstract. We explore the impact of economic fluctuations around the time of retirement on retiree well-being.

Using data from the Census and the American Community Surveys, we examine whether labor market and stock market conditions. The potential effects of the crisis on retirement are more complex than suggested by the headlines.

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In Recessions, Reeling Markets, and Retiree Well-being, economists Courtney Coile and Phillip Levine of Wellesley College emphasize that.

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For today’s retirees, the impact of the recession will likely last for the remainder of their lives, according to their paper, “Recessions, Reeling Markets, and. Abstract Recessions affect the timing of retirement through two channels, a weaker job market and losses in household wealth.

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Milligan, David A. Wise. A History of Recessions According to the NBER, there have been seven official U.S. recessions since Recession indicators have been flashing over .