Non-financial determinants of retirement

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Frank van Erp; Niels Vermeer; Daniel van Vuuren;
(2013)
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    • jel: jel:D03 | jel:D01 | jel:J26

This paper first confronts the observed aggregate retirement pattern in the Netherlands with predictions of traditional economic models of retirement. The retirement peaks observed in the data cannot entirely be reconciled with models putting financial incentives centra... View more
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