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Optimal Illiquidity

---- Acknowledgments ----

The project described received funding from the TIAA Institute and Wharton School’s Pension Research Council/Boettner Center. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent official views of the TIAA Institute or Wharton School’s Pension Research Council/Boettner Center. The authors gratefully acknowledge additional financial support from the Eric M. Mindich Fund for Research on the Foundations of Human Behavior, the National Institute on Aging (P30AG034532), and the Social Security Administration. The views expressed in this paper are not endorsed by NIA, SSA, or any federal government agency. The authors are grateful for comments from Emmanuel Farhi, Mike Golosov, Francesco Lippi, Ben Lockwood, Greg Mankiw, Christian Moser, Matthew Rabin, David Richardson, John Sabelhaus, Dmitry Taubinsky and seminar participants at the ASSA, Einaudi Institute for Economics and Finance, Harvard University, MIT, the SSA RRC, and the NBER. We are very grateful to Kartik Vira for outstanding research assistance. The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for John Beshears ----

I have received additional grant support from the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST), the Pershing Square Fund for Research on the Foundations of Human Behavior, and the Smith Richardson Foundation.

I have received research data from Alight Solutions, the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Voya Financial.

I am an advisor to and equity holder in Nutmeg Saving and Investment, a robo-advice asset management company. I am a TIAA Institute Fellow.

---- Disclosure of Financial Relationships for Brigitte C. Madrian ----

Outside Professional Activities For Brigitte Madrian:

In addition to my position as a faculty member and Dean at Brigham Young University, I am occasionally compensated for my participation in outside activities, such as speaking, reviewing, writing/editing articles or reports, consulting, and serving on panels/advisory boards.

In the past few years, I have received compensation in excess of $500 from the following organizations:

2020

Deseret Management Corporation

2019

FINRA

Deseret Management Corporation

2018

National Bureau of Economic Research, FINRA, Brigham Young University, Tor Financial

2017

National Bureau of Economic Research, FINRA, Connect Financial, NAGDCA, Florida Atlantic University Center for Economic Education, Cornell University, Summit Consulting, TIAA

2016

National Bureau of Economic Research, FINRA, State Street Global Advisors, Urban Institute, Journal of Investment Management, Connect Financial, National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL), Boston Research Technologies, Reverse Mortgage Funding, RAND Corporation, Florida Atlantic University, Swarthmore College, UC Berkeley

2015

National Bureau of Economic Research, FINRA, Investment Company Institute, Brigham Young University, State Street Global Advisors, TIAA-CREF, BNY Mellon, Institutional Investor Forums

2014

National Bureau of Economic Research, FINRA, State Street Global Advisors, AARP, Brigham Young University

2013

National Bureau of Economic Research, State Street Global Advisors, TIAA-CREF, Brigham Young University, Stanford University, Government of Canada

2012

National Bureau of Economic Research, State Street Global Advisors, PIMCO, American Bankers Association, The World Bank, Dartmouth College, University of Wisconsin

2011

National Bureau of Economic Research, Social Security Advisory Board, Brigham Young University, The World Bank, TIAA-CREF, State Street Global Advisors

2010

National Bureau of Economic Research, Social Security Advisory Board, Mathematica Policy Research, Columbia University, American Economic Association, University of Washington, Brookings Institution Press, Harding House Publishers, University of Wisconsin, Diversified Investment Advisors, Brigham Young University, National Institutes of Health

2009

National Bureau of Economic Research, Fidelity Investments, Prudential, Wellesley College, University of Michigan, University of Wisconsin, Georgia State University, Professional Insurance Marketing Association, National Institutes of Health

2008

National Bureau of Economic Research, Fidelity Investments, Alliance Bernstein, University of Wisconsin, Austrian National Bank, Institute for Quantitative Research in Finance, Behavioral Finance Forum, Netspar,

2007

National Bureau of Economic Research, Fidelity Investments, Callan Associates, TIAA-CREF, University of Wisconsin, Brigham Young University, University of Michigan, National Institutes of Health

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