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Journal of Political Economy, December 1979, pages 1261-1284. 20 Social Security Bulletin, November 198O/Vol. 43, No. 11 ( ADEA), which until 1978 precluded discrimination against workers aged 40-65 on the basis of their age. In 1978, Congress amended the act by raising the upper age to 70. Thus, most private employers are now prohibited from imposing mandatory retirement before the worker ...

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Mandatory Retirement and Labor-Force Participation of ...

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mandatory retirement on the labor-force participation rate of older persons. The results consistently indicate that mandatory retirement lowers the labor-force participation of men wage earners at age 65 by approxi- 4 Mandatory-retirement provisions have not been an unchanging part of the personnel policy of companies. Between 1965 and 1976, more than 20 percent of the firms with pension plans ...

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THE ELIMINATION OF MANDATORY RETIREMENT: IMPLICATIONS FOR ...

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retirement rate at ages 70 and 71 after the end of mandatory retirement. UNC and National Estimates As noted earlier, the primary analysis of the effect on the academic labor of the elimination of mandatory retirement is Ashenfelter and Card (2002). They acknowledge two potentially important limitations of their study. First, their sample ...

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raising the mandatory retirement age always reduces capi-tal accumulation and may lower per young income and pension benefit, under the assumption that old labor and young labor are perfect substitutes (or equivalently, the elasticity of substitution is infinite). We reexamine his analysis by assuming that the two labors are imperfect

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The End of Mandatory Retirement in the US: Effects on Retirement and Implicit Contracts Till von Wachter* Columbia University, NBER, CEPR, IZA ABSTRACT This paper analyzes the economic effects of the end of mandatory retirement. It takes advantage of the unique variation in institutions affecting retirement behavior to study the change in labor force participation, job attachment and wages of ...

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Mandatory Retirement Mandatory retirement ages were used by most large organizations and many small ones, until it was made illegal (in most cases) by the Age Discrimina-tion in Employment Act of 1974 and amendments to it in 1979. This presented a puzzle to economists. Why should a firm that was willing to pay a worker

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Unemployment Compensation Upon Mandatory Retirement

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