Teacher Pensions and Retirement

How Much Are Public School Teachers Willing to Pay for Their Retirement Benefits? Comment (with M. Podgursky and F. Wang), American Economic Journal-Economic Policy, forthcoming, Appendix.

Teacher Pension Enhancements and Staffing in an Urban School District (with M. Podgursky and X. Wang), Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, forthcoming.

A Structural Econometric Approach to Analyzing the Impact of Teacher Pension Reform (with W. Kong), Educational Researcher, forthcoming.

Teacher Pension Plan Incentives, Retirement Decisions, and Workforce Quality (with M. Podgursky and X. Wang), Journal of Human Resources, 2022 vol. 57,

no. 1, 272-303. working paper version Appendix

Effects of Pension Enhancements on Teacher Retirement (with W. Kong, M. Podgursky and W. Wu), working paper.

Pensions and Late Career Teacher Retention (with D. Kim, C. Koedel, W. Kong, M. Podgursky and W. Wu), Education Finance and Policy, 2021, Vol. 16, 42–65. working paper version

Labor Market Frictions and Production-Efficiency in Public Schools(with D. Kim, C. Koedel and M. Podgursky), Economics of Education Review 60, 2017, 54-67.

working paper version

How Teachers Respond to Pension System Incentives: New Estimates and Policy Applications (with M. Podgursky), Journal of Labor Economics, 2016, vol. 34, 1075-1104. working paper version

Benefit or Burden? On the Intergenerational Inequity of Teacher Pension Plans, (with B. Ben, D. Goldhaber, C. Grout, C. Koedel, M Podgursky, B. Xiang and Z. Xu), Educational Researcher, 2016, vol. 45, 367-377. working paper version

Who Benefits from Pension Enhancements (with C. Koedel and M. Podgursky), Education Finance and Policy, 2014, vol.9 165-192. working paper version

Estimating Dynamic Panel Data Models with Measurement Errors with an Application to School Evaluation based on Student Test Scores (with J. Chen and M. Podgursky) Proceedings of the 2008 meeting of the American Statistical Association.