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February, 2001, Vol. 124, No. 2
Pension integration and retirement benefits
Keith A. Bender
Assistant Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Pension integration generally increases benefits modestly for workers with less tenure and decreases benefits
substantially for workers with more tenure;
offset integrated plans have significantly higher replacement rates than excess-rate integrated plans
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