The study by Alicia Munnell, Tony Webb, and Francis Vitagliano from the Center for Retirement Research which examines the potential impact of a proposed change in the incentive feeds of broker-dealers is a comprehensive and possibly controversial treatment of a difficult issue.
"My aim is to make The Journal of Retirement the 'go to' publication for all practitioners, researchers and policymakers concerned with the financial security of older Americans," Editor George A. (Sandy) Mackenzie explains.
"Retirement education, income, planning, policy and products are critical to the welfare of the world's aging population," Institutional Investor Journals Publisher Allison Adams adds. "JOR will be an important source of critical retirement research. It will centralize the dialogue between leading practitioners, academics and policy makers."
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