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Abstract The United States is in the midst of a demographic transition toward a population age structure with a higher fraction of elderly individuals. The associated growth of transfer programs for which the elderly represent most of the beneficiaries, such as Social Security and Medicare, will...
Abstract The challenges posed by the aging of the U.S. population for business and public policy are vast. They are amplified particularly by:• Slow increase of incomes—and therefore low private savings—for those at the bottom of the pay distribution.• Cutbacks in employee health-care insurance...
Abstract The economic implications of demographic change depend on steadfast investments in research and development; replenishment of the human capital stock diminished by retiring Baby Boomers; and raising college attainment rates. This way the United States can leverage its diverse,...
Abstract Fidelity’s Asset Allocation Research Team employs a multi-time-horizon asset allocation approach that analyzes trends among three temporal segments: tactical (short term), business cycle (medium term), and secular (long term). This report focuses exclusively on secular trends that may...
Abstract Changes in the volume and velocity of data have led many organizations to consider assessing and improving analytics capabilities. The purpose of this research is to describe a methodology developed to assess organizations’ analytics capabilities and explore the empirical value of data...
Abstract This paper investigates the sensitivity of various financial markets to surprises in the federal funds rate. We employ the methodology outlined by Kuttner  to reevaluate prior results and expand the analysis to include data up until the financial crisis, inclusive. Our data set...
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