All Research Dialogue Articles

Mar 2013
Issue #107
403(b) Plans For Public School Teachers: How They Are Monitored and Regulated In Each State

    Robert L. Clark
    Professor
    Poole College of Management
    North Carolina State University

    Emma Hanson
    Ph.D. Candidate
    Department of Economics
    North Carolina State University

Mar 2013
Issue #106
GASB 45 and the Florida Public School System: Impact, Implications, and Possible Solutions to the Unfunded Liability Problem

    Dr. Patty Born
    Florida State University

    Dr. Randy Dumm
    Florida State University

    Scott B. Clark, AAI
    Florida State University

Sep 2012
Issue #105
The Contingency Movement: A Longitudinal Analysis of Changing Employment Patterns in U.S. Higher Education

    James C. Hearn
    University of Georgia

    Mary C. Milan
    University of Georgia

    T. Austin Lacy
    Research for Action

Jun 2012
Issue #104
Lifecycle Portfolio Choice with Systematic Longevity Risk and Variable Investment-Linked Deferred Annuities

    Raimond Maurer
    Finance Department
    Goethe University

    Olivia S. Mitchell
    Wharton School
    University of Pennsylvania

    Ralph Rogalla
    Finance Department
    Goethe University

    Vasily Kartashov
    Finance Department
    Goethe University

Aug 2011
Issue # 103
Motivating Reluctant Retirees in Higher Education: Interviews with College Administrators and Senior Faculty

    Jean Foster
    Research Director
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

    Linda Naiditch
    Assistant Vice President
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

    Lisa Politzer
    Senior Research Associate
    Mathew Greenwald & Associates, Inc.

Jul 2011
Issue # 102
The Governance of University Endowments: Insights from a TIAA-CREF Institute Survey

    Jeffrey R. Brown
    University of Illinois, NBER and TIAA-CREF Institute

    Stephen Dimmock
    Nanyang Technological University

    Junk-Koo Kang
    Nanyang Technological University

    David Richardson
    TIAA-CREF Institute

    Scott Weisbenner
    University of Illinois and NBER

Jun 2011
Issue # 101
Senior Faculty Satisfaction: Perceptions of Associate and Full Professors at Seven Public Research Universities

    Cathy Ann Trower, Ph.D.
    Research Director, Collaborative on Academic Careers in Higher Education (COACHE)
    Harvard Graduate School of Education
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

Feb 2011
Issue # 100
Fees, Framing, and Financial Literacy in the Choice of Pension Manager

    Justine Hastings
    Yale University and NBER

    Olivia S. Mitchell
    Department of Insurance & Risk Management,
    The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

    Eric Chyn
    NBER and the Institution for Social Policy
    Studies (ISPS) at Yale

Jan 2011
Issue # 99
Pensions and Public School Teacher Retirement
An Analysis Using National Teacher Data

    Leora Friedberg
    University of Virginia and TIAA-CREF

    Sarah Turner
    University of Virginia and NBER

Nov 2010
Issue # 98
Who’s Watching the Door? How Controlling Provider Access Can Improve K-12 Teacher Retirement Outcomes

    Robert Clark
    Professor of Economics
    Professor of Management,
    Innovation, and Entrepreneurship
    North Carolina State University

    David P. Richardson
    Principal Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Oct 2010
Issue # 97
Financial Literacy, Schooling, and Wealth Accumulation

    Jere R. Behrman
    Olivia S. Mitchell
    Cindy Soo
    David Bravo

Feb 2010
Issue # 96
Do Universities Generate Agglomeration Spillovers? Evidence from Endowment Value Shocks

    Shawn Kantor
    University of California, Merced
    NBER
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

    Alexander Whalley
    University of California, Merced
    NBER

Dec 2009
Issue # 95
Staying on the Path to a Secure Retirement: Using the Asset-Salary Ratio as a Retirement Compass

    P. Brett Hammond
    Chief Investment Strategist
    TIAA-CREF

    David P. Richardson
    Principal Research Fellow
    TIAA-CREF Institute

Nov 2008
Issue # 94
Framing, Reference Points, and Preferences for Life Annuities

    Jeffrey R. Brown
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    NBER
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

    Jeffrey R. Kling
    The Brookings Institution
    NBER

    Sendhil Mullainathan
    Harvard University
    NBER

    Garth R. Wiens
    Harvard University

    Marian V. Wrobel
    Harvard University

Sep 2008
Issue # 93
The Role of Retirement Personality Type in Motivating Women to Plan for Retirement

    Jean M. Lown
    Professor of Family, Consumer, and Human Development
    Utah State University

Jun 2008
Issue # 92
Perceptions of Early Career Faculty: Managing the Transition from Graduate School to the Professorial Career

    Jerry Berberet
    Vice President for Academic Affairs, Carroll College
    Founding Executive Director, Associated New American Colleges
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

May 2008
Issue # 90
Pension Plan Characteristics and Framing Effects in Employee Savings Behavior

    David Card
    Department of Economics
    University of California, Berkeley
    and National Bureau of Economic Research

    Michael R Ransom
    Department of Economics
    Brigham Young University

May 2008
Issue # 91
Do Public Subsidies for Higher Education Affect Regional Economic Development?

    Shawn Kantor
    University of California, Merced
    NBER
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

    Alex Whalley
    University of California, Merced

Apr 2008
Issue # 88
Why Don't the People Insure Late Life Consumption? A Framing Explanation of the Under-Annuitization Puzzle

    Jeffrey R. Brown
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    NBER
    TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow
    Jeffrey R. Kling
    The Brookings Institution and NBER
    Sendhil Mullainathan
    Harvard University and NBER
    Marian V. Wrobel
    Harvard University

Mar 2007
Issue # 87
The Reshaping of America's Academic Workforce

    David W. Leslie, TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow,
    The College of William and Mary

Dec 2005
Issue # 86
Faculty Recruitment and Retention: Concerns of Early and Mid-Career Faculty

    Carroll-Ann Trotman, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Betsy E. Brown, University of North Carolina

Oct 2005
Issue # 85
Maximizing Long-term Wealth Accumulation: It's Not Just About "What" Investments To Make, But Also "Where" To Make Them

    Robert M. Dammon, Carnegie Mellon University
    James Poterba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Chester S. Spatt, Carnegie Mellon University
    Harold H. Zhang, University of Texas at Dallas

Jun 2005
Issue # 84
Late Career Faculty Perceptions: Implications for Retirement Planning and Policymaking

    Jerry Berberet, Associated New American Colleges
    Carole J. Bland, University of Minnesota
    Betsy E. Brown, University of North Carolina
    Kelly R. Risbey, University of Minnesota

Mar 2005
Issue # 83
Dec 2004
Issue # 82
Recruitment, Retention, and Retirement: Compensation and Employment Policies For Higher Education

    Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University
    Madeleine d'Ambrosio, TIAA-CREF Institute

Sep 2004
Issue # 81
The Outlook Of Retiree Health Benefits

    Sylvester J. Schieber, Watson Wyatt Worldwide and TIAA-CREF Institute Fellow

Mar 2004
Issue # 79
Dec 2003
Issue # 78
Ignorance Is Not Bliss: The Importance Of Financial Education

    Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University
    Madeleine d'Ambrosio, TIAA-CREF Institute

Sep 2003
Issue # 77
Do We Have a Retirement Crisis in America?

    Douglas Fore, TIAA-CREF Institute

Jun 2003
Issue # 76
Understanding The Impact of Employer Matching on 401(k) Saving

    Gary V. Engelhardt, Syracuse University
    Anil Kumar, Syracuse University

Mar 2003
Issue # 75
Capital Gains Taxes and Portfolio Rebalancing

    Robert M. Dammon, Carnegie Mellon University
    Chester S. Spatt, Carnegie Mellon University
    Harold H. Zhang, Carnegie Mellon University

Sep 2002
Issue # 73
Understanding and Using Inflation Bonds

    P. Brett Hammond, TIAA-CREF

Apr 2002
Issue # 71
The Influence of Pensions on Behavior: How Much Do We Really Know?

    Alan L. Gustman, Dartmouth College
    Thomas L. Steinmeier, Texas Tech University

Apr 2002
Issue # 72
The Adequacy of Life Insurance

    Jagadeesh Gokhale, Ph.D.
    Laurence J. Kotikoff, Boston University

Jan 2002
Issue # 70
Saving for College with 529 Plans and Other Options: An Update

    Jennifer Ma, TIAA-CREF Institute
    Douglas Fore, TIAA-CREF Institute

Oct 2001
Issue # 69
Faculty Retirement Policies after the End of Mandatory Retirement

    Ronald G. Ehrenberg, Cornell University
    Michael J. Rizzo, Cornell University

Jul 2001
Issue # 68
Mar 2001
Issue # 67
Saving for College: A Comparison of Section 529 Plans with Other Options

    Jennifer Ma, TIAA-CREF Institute
    Douglas Fore, TIAA-CREF Institute

Dec 2000
Issue # 66
Saving for Retirement: The Importance of Planning

    Annamaria Lusardi, Dartmouth College

Nov 2000
Issue # 65
Jul 2000
Issue # 64
Mar 2000
Issue # 63
Financing Long-Term Care: Needs, Attitudes, Current Insurance Products, and Policy Innovations

    Mark J. Warshawsky, TIAA-CREF Institute
    Lee Granza, TIAA-CREF
    Anna Madamba, TIAA-CREF

Dec 1999
Issue # 62
Oct 1999
Issue # 61
Women and Retirement

    Vickie Bajtelsmit, Colorado State University and Alexandra Bernasek, Colorado State University

Feb 1999
Issue # 59
Household Asset Portfolios and the Reform of the Housing Finance Market

    Andrew Caplin, New York University, Sewin Chan, Rutgers University, Charles Freeman, Chase Manhattan Mortgage Company and Joseph Tracy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York 

Dec 1998
Issue # 58
To Retire or Not? Examining Life after the End of Mandatory Retirement in Higher Education

    Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University and P. Brett Hammond, TIAA-CREF

Sep 1998
Issue # 56
Mar 1998
Issue # 55
Higher Education: Enrollment Trends and Staffing Needs

    Carol Frances, Kaludis Consulting Group

Dec 1997
Issue # 53
Income Security for the Third Age: Concepts and Sources

    Yung-Ping Chen, University of Massachusetts

Sep 1997
Issue # 52
A Nonrandom Walk Down Wall Street: Recent Advances in Financial Technology

    Andrew W. Lo, Harris & Harris Group Professor, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jul 1997
Issue # 51
Premium Allocations and Accumulations in TIAA-CREF -- Trends in Participant Choices among Asset Classes and Investment Accounts

    John Ameriks, Francis P. King, and Mark J. Warshawsky, Corporate Research, with the assistance of Shaya Stern, Actuarial Technical, TIAA-CREF

Mar 1997
Issue # 50
Faculty Pension Choices in a Public Institution: Defined Benefit and Defined Contribution Plans

    Robert L. Clark, Professor, College of Management; Loretta Harper, Associate Vice Chancellor for Human Resources; and M. Melinda Pitts, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Economics, all of North Carolina State University

Dec 1996
Issue # 49
Pension and Health Benefits for Workers in Higher Education

    Mark J. Warshawsky, Manager of Pension and Economic Research, and John Ameriks, Research Associate, TIAA-CREF

Jul 1996
Issue # 48
Trends in the Selection of TIAA-CREF Life-Annuity Income Options,1978-1994

    Francis P. King, Senior Research Officer, TIAA-CREF

Mar 1996
Issue # 47
Real Bonds and Inflation Protection for Retirement

    P. Brett Hammond, Director of Strategic Research, TIAA-CREF

Dec 1995
Issue # 46
The TIAA Graded Payment Method and the CPI

    By Francis P. King, Senior Research Officer, TIAA-CREF

Dec 1995
Issue # 45
Longevity's Gift: A Second Middle Age

    By Lydia Bront, Carnegie Corporation of New York

Jul 1995
Issue # 44
Planning for Retirement — The Age of Individual Responsibility

    Francis P. King, Senior Research Officer, TIAA-CREF

Mar 1995
Issue # 43
The Retirement Security of the Baby Boom Generation

    John B. Shoven, Charles R. Schwab Professor of Economics, and Dean, School of Humanities and Sciences, Stanford University

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