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There are 26 references in this bibliography folder.

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Clingman, M and Kunkel, J (2008).
Average Wages for 1985–90 for Indexing Under the Social Security Act
Social Security Administration, Actuarial Note(133), Baltimore.

Muller, L (2008).
The Effect of Wage Indexing on Social Security Disability Benefits
Social Security Bulletin, 68(3):1-44.

Munnell, A and Muldoon, D (2008).
The Impact of Inflation on Social Security Benefits
Center for Retirement Research, Issues in Brief(ib2008-8-15).

Social_Security_Administration (2008).
AnyPIA benefit calculation personal computer program, ver 8.1
No source specified

Burdick, C and Fisher, L (2007).
Social Security Cost-of-Living Adjustments and the Consumer Price Index
Social Security Bulletin, 67(3):73-88.

Mahaney, J and Carlson, P (2007).
Rethinking Social Security Claiming In A 401(K) World
Pension Research Council, Working Paper(2007-18), Wharton School, Philadelphia, Pa.

Manchester, J and Song, J (2007).
New Evidence on Earnings and Benefit Claims Following Changes in the Retirement Earnings Test in 2000
Journal of Public Economics, 91:669-700.

Rogerson, R and Wallenius, J (2007).
Micro and Macro Elasticities in a Life cycle Model with Taxes
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(13017), Cambridge, Mass.

Clingman, M and Nichols, O (2006).
Scaled Factors For Hypothetical Earnings Examples Under The 2006 Trustees Report Assumptions
Social Security Administration, Actuarial Note Number(2006.3), Baltimore.

Congressional_Budget_Office (2006).
Is Social Security Progressive?
, Economic and Budget Issue Brief.

Government_Accounting_Office (2006).
Social Security Reform: Implications of Different Indexing Choices
Government Accounting Office, Government Paper(GAO-06-804).

Biggs, A, Brown, J, and Springstead, G (2005).
Alternative Methods of Price Indexing Social Security: Implications for Benefits and System Financing
National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper(11406), Cambridge, Mass.

Feldstein, M (2005).
Rethinking Social Insurance
American Economic Review, 95(1):1-24.

Burman, L and Saleem, M (2004).
Taxable Social Security Benefits. Tax Policy Center
Urban Institute and the Brookings Institution, Case Study, Washington D.C.

Congressional_Budget_Office (2004).
Long-Term Analysis of the Diamond-Orszag Social Security Plan

Diamond, P (2004).
Social Security
American Economic Review, 94(1):1-24.

Diamond, P and Orszag, P (2004).
Saving Social Security
Brookings Institution Press, Washington, D.C.

National_Research_Council (2002).
At What Price? Conceptualizing and Measuring Cost-of-Living and Price Indexes
In: Committee on National Statistics, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, ed. by C.L. Schultze and C. Mackie, National Academy Press.

Gustman, A and Steinmeier, T (2001).
How Effective Is Redistribution under The Social Security Benefit Formula?
Journal of Public Economics, 82(1):1-28.

Duggan, J, Gillingham, R, and Greenlees, J (1996).
Distributional Effects of Social Security: The Notch Issue Revisited
Public Finance Quarterly, 1:349-370.

Issue’, C (1994).
Final Report on the Social Security ’Notch Issue
, Washington, D.C..

Insurance, NA (1988).
The Social Security Benefit Notch: A Study
, Washington, D.C.

McKay, S (1980).
Computing a Social Security Benefit after the 1977 Amendments
Social Security Administration, Social Security Paper(100), Baltimore.

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