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Literature Review of Faculty Retirement Transitions

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Literature Review of Faculty Retirement Transitions

April 01, 2010

​ACE’s Literature Review of Faculty Retirement Transitions for the Sloan Foundation’s Working Longer Program. 

This 9 page literature review contains 140 references on the topics of retirement, faculty retirement, and managing faculty compositions.  

Topics include; 
  • Faculty Retirement Trends;
  • Implications of an “Aging” Faculty;
  • Faculty Retirement Policies and Programs;
  • Retirement Planning by Faculty;
  • Retirement Intentions of Faculty;
  • Satisfaction and Vitality of Senior Faculty and the Decision to Retire;
  • Retirement Transition Theories;
  • Retirement Transition Experiences;
  • Postretirement Activities, Satisfaction, and Needs; and
  • the Intersections between Institutional and Individual Needs

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