PhD, Economics, University of California, Berkeley
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Teresa Ghilarducci is an economist, author, and retirement security expert. Her new book, When I'm 64: The Plot Against Pensions and the Plan to Save Them, presents her cutting-edge policy recommendations for restructuring the United States’ deteriorating retirement income security system. Her book Labor’s Capital: The Economics and Politics of Employer Pensions won an Association of American Publishers award in 1992. For the past ten years, she served as director of the Higgins Labor Research Center at the University of Notre Dame. Ms. Ghilarducci is the 2006–08 Wurf Fellow at Harvard Law School; her research has been funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, U.S. Department of Labor, Ford Foundation, and Retirement Research Foundation.
When I’m 65: The Plot Against Pensions and the Plan to Save Them (2008)
Portable Pension Plans for Casual Labor Markets (1995)
Labor’s Capital: The Economics and Politics of Employer Pensions (1992)