Teresa Ghilarducci
Contributor|Retirement

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I joined The New School in 2008 after 25 years as a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame. My recent book, co-authored with Blackstone's Tony James and titled, Rescuing Retirement, charts a visionary, bipartisan, and simple...
I joined The New School in 2008 after 25 years as a professor of economics at the University of Notre Dame. My recent book, co-authored with Blackstone's Tony James and titled, Rescuing Retirement, charts a visionary, bipartisan, and simple path to solving the retirement crisis. I also wrote How to Retire with Enough Money, with Workman Press. I am a trustee of the $53 billion Medical Health Care Trust for GM, Ford, Chrysler UAW retirees and past trustee of the Indiana Public Employees Retirement System, Commissioner on the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Personal Savings Initiative; member of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation advisory board, serving from 1995- 2002.
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Sep 12, 2019

Warren's Plan Strengthens Social Security

Warren’s plan would provide an across-the-board increase in monthly Social Security payments. Every beneficiary now and those into the future will receive at least $200 more per month than they do now, and many low-income workers will receive at least $600 more.
Sep 9, 2019

Are Millennials Preparing For Retirement?

Having the misfortune of entering the job market around the time of the Great Recession, millennials have struggled to secure decent jobs with solid benefits, a necessary ingredient for retirement security.
Aug 27, 2019

Bad News: Fewer Jobs Created Than Estimated

Although we are still in uncertain territory about the economy’s future path, the downward revision should add to our worries—it tells us that the economy has been weaker than we thought.
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