Who ’ s Afraid of a Poor Old-Age ? Risk Perception in Risk Management Decisions

@inproceedings{Weber2003WhoS,
  title={Who ’ s Afraid of a Poor Old-Age ? Risk Perception in Risk Management Decisions},
  author={Elke U. Weber},
  year={2003}
}
Pension Research Council Working Papers are intended to make research findings available to other researchers in preliminary form, to encourage discussion and suggestions for revision before final publication. Opinions are solely those of the authors. This paper is to appear in Money Matters: Shaping Retirement Decisionmaking (forthcoming). Edited by Olivia S. Mitchell and Stephen P. Utkus. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

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