Pension Coverage and Borrowing Constraints
Using data from the 1983 Survey of Consumer Finances and taking a measure of borrowing constraint status as an indication of a worker's discount rate, we find evidence that borrowing-constrained workers are less likely to be covered by a pension plan, and that the borrowing constraint effect is significant only for defined benefit plans.
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