Edward N. Wolff
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May 12, 2002 | By Edward N. Wolff | BookIntroduction Today’s older workers will live longer and spend more time in retirement than workers in any previous generation. This trend presents a challenge to workers and to public policy that has to date been met with analyses that, by looking primarily at household wealth and savings, address the issue only around the edges.
May 1, 2002 | By Edward N. Wolff | AudioMay 2002 | EPI Book Retirement Insecurity The Income Shortfalls Awaiting the Soon-to-Retire Edward N. Wolff Read an excerpt Audio and photos from news conference News release Purchase Retirement Insecurity online.
June 1, 1993 | By Edward N. Wolff | Briefing PaperReports of rising income inequality during the 1980s have recently appeared more frequently in the press and mass media. According to one report released by the Congressional Budget Office earlier this year, the top one percent of income recipients accounted for a staggering 77 percent of the before-tax real income growth of American families between 1977 and 1989 and 60 percent of the after-tax real income gains.