Retirement & Pensions

Countries around the world are reforming their social security and pension systems.

Many countries struggle with aging populations and declining birth rates, while others launch old-age safety nets in response to economic development. U.S. employers have shifted from defined-benefit pension plans toward defined-contribution plans, placing greater risks and responsibilities on individuals as they prepare for retirement. Moreover, politics and funding limitations have created uncertainties around the Social Security system.



All Research

The Trend Toward Private Pensions

January 1, 1995 · Research

Pension Incentives and Job Mobility

January 1, 1995 · Research

Job Mobility and Pension Portability

January 1, 1993 · Research

Pension Policy for a Mobile Labor Force

January 1, 1993 · Research

Economic Issues in Employee Benefits

January 1, 1990 · Research

An Overview [to The Economics of Aging]

January 1, 1985 · Research

The Economics of Aging

January 1, 1985 · Research