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Portfolio choice, Knowledge of Economics and Finance, Financial Sophistication
Actuarial pension model, Monte Carlo simulation, Historical simulation
Financial education, savings and wealth accumulation, retirement preparation, knowledge of finance and economics, overconfidence, stock market participation
Financial education, Savings and wealth accumulation, Retirement preparation, Knowledge of finance and economics, Overconfidence, Stock market participation
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financial vulnerability, surplus-value owner-occupied houses, retirement and pension arrangements
Behavioural finance, risk tolerance, pension preferences, defined contribution schemes, freedom of choice, portfolio investment
Financial decision making, gender differences, financial literacy, financial sophistication, retirement planning
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Consumption Risk, Euler Equation, Prudence, Precautionary Saving, Subjective Expectations
Consumption risk, Euler equation, prudence, precautionary saving, subjective expectations
financial sophistication, retirement planning, retirement expectations
Financial Sophistication, Retirement Planning, Retirement Expectations
subjective probability, stock market participation, survey research
Subjective Probability, Stock Market Participation, Survey Research
Inflation expectations, Inflation uncertainty, Anchoring, Trust in the ECB, Subjective Expectations
inflation expectations, inflation uncertainty, Anchorin, Trust in the ECB, Subjective Expectations
Retirement decisions, social norms, sources of advice, state pension age
retirement decisions, social norms, sources of advice, state pension age
Framing effects, Individual decision making, Retirement behavior and pensions
Transitory Income Shocks, Positive and Negative Income Shocks, Marginal Propensity to Consume
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Transitory Income Shocks; Positive and Negative Income Shocks; Marginal Propensity
mortgage choice, risk-taking, financial knowledge, professional financial advice
housing prices, endowment effect, loss aversion, households, survey data
housing market, boom and bust periods, reference point, list prices
helicopter money, central banking, ECB, trust, unconventional monetary policy
Consumer surveys, inflation expectations, question wording, mode effects
public pensions, second pillar pensions, household survey, risk attitude and preferences
individual consumer perceptions and expectations, empirical knowledge of inflation and economic growth, rule of thumb behavior, DNB Household Survey
asset and liability management, fair value versus actuarial discounting, defined benefit pension funds, Monte Carlo simulation, pension liabilities, conidtional indexation
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