Brief How Middle-Age Retirement Adds to Recession Woes
C. Eugene Steuerle
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Expressed in various forms, the idea is that baby boomers' retirement isn't really a problem until the economy fully revives, that people in late middle age should quit to make room for younger workers, and that the multi-decade failure to adjust retirement ages for longer lives is a can we can keep kicking down the road.
Research Areas Economic mobility and inequality Aging and retirement Taxes and budgets
Tags Pensions Individual taxes Federal budget and economy Income and wealth distribution Retirement policy