September 15, 2015

Black candidates who do get their foot in the door face another set of problems. Employees of color are statistically paid less by a considerable margin, according to the

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September 03, 2015

Considerable research on optimal and sustainable retirement spending strategies has been conducted over the last two decades. This paper aims to guide planners and clients toward an appropriate spending strategy based on client preference. The analysis specifically looks at systematic spending strategies—those that employ a pre-

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September 02, 2015

Analysis conducted by the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) that I am involved in looks at the concept of equity glide paths and attempts to assess their value based on a utility measure of constant relative risk aversion. We find that rising equity

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September 01, 2015

People struggle to save for long-term goals like retirement or a child’s college education because they crave immediate gratification, says Rosalind Greenstein, director of research and education for American Institute for Economic Research. Having an obstacle can encourage people to think twice before dipping into the funds, she says. “It’s like a speed bump,” she says.

August 20, 2015

But there are studies that suggest that the wage problem might not be as black and white as companies wanting to basically outsource their skilled workers. Nicole Kreisberg, a researcher at the American Institute for Economic Research, found that wage gaps don’t arise from visas so much as they do from gender, age,

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