Does Retiree Health Insurance Encourage Early Retirement?

@article{Nyce2013DoesRH,
  title={Does Retiree Health Insurance Encourage Early Retirement?},
  author={Steven A. Nyce and S. Schieber and J. Shoven and S. Slavov and D. Wise},
  journal={Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Economic Research Paper Series},
  year={2013}
}
The strong link between health insurance and employment in the United States may cause workers to delay retirement until they become eligible for Medicare at age 65. However, some employers extend health insurance benefits to their retirees, and individuals who are eligible for such retiree health benefits need not wait until age 65 to retire with group health coverage. We investigate the impact of retiree health insurance on early retirement using employee-level data from 54 diverse firms that… Expand
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