Call for Papers: Current Topics in Retirement Income

Description

The Retirement Management Journal is seeking submissions for its fall 2024 issue on current topics related to retirement and retirement income. We welcome empirical, theoretical, and policy-focused paper submissions from academics and practitioners that explore recent developments impacting retirement security. Authors should highlight the motivation, innovation, and public policy implications of their work.

Specific areas of interest include but are not limited to:
• Trends in retirement plan coverage, design, participation, contributions, and balances
• Changing sources of retirement income and their adequacy
• Innovations in retirement-income products and solutions
• The impact of economic conditions (e.g., inflation, recession) on retirement planning
• Policy proposals related to Social Security, pensions, tax incentives, etc.
• Retirement issues for minority and vulnerable populations
• Integrating healthcare and long-term care costs into retirement planning

We look forward to your contributions on the pressing retirement issues facing individuals and policy-makers today. Research insights in this area have never been more vital.

FURTHER INFORMATION: Papers should provide the development of theory and applied research as well as new information, new ideas, and new insights on the chosen topic. View the manuscript guidelines and other information about the journal at https://investmentsandwealth.org/advisor-publications/retirement-management-journal and view past papers at https://www.ssrn.com/index.cfm/en/retirement-management-journal/. If you have questions, please e-mail dnochlin@i-w.org.

REVIEW PROCESS: A distinguished editorial advisory board will review submissions via double-blind review. Papers will be selected for publication based on relevancy, content, and proof of thought.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: Submission deadline for the fall 2024 issue is July 31, 2024. Please submit two versions of the paper (one version with a cover page identifying the authors and an anonymous version without a cover page) via e-mail in either PDF or Word format to: dnochlin@i-w.org.