Thursday, December 19, 2013
For your reading pleasure in advance of the new year, a potpourri of articles recently submitted to SSRN by authors working in "elder law," broadly defined:
- “Basic Gift and Estate Tax Treatment of Joint Tenancies,” by Bridget J. Crawford & Michael Epstein (Pace Law) submitted October 2013.
- “The Social Security Benefits Formula and the Windfall Elimination Provision: An Equitable Approach to Addressing 'Windfall' Benefits,” by Francine J. Lipman & Alan Smith (UNLV Law) submitted November 2013.
- “Report on Common-Law Tests of Capacity,” from British Columbia Law Institute, submitted October 2013.
- “The Cost of 'Choice' in a Voluntary Pension System,” by Jonathan Barry Forman & George A. Mackenzie (Univ. Oklahoma Law) submitted November, 2013.
- “An Analysis of the Treatment of Employee Pension and Wage Claims in Insolvency and Under Guarantee Schemes in OECD Countries: Comparative Law Lessons for Detroit and the United States,” by Paul M. Secunda (Marquette Law) submitted November 2013.
- “Amount of Savings Needed for Health Expenses for People Eligible for Medicare: More Rare Good News,” by Dallas L. Salisbury, Paul Fronstin & Jack VanDerhei (Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) submitted October 2013.
- “The Effectiveness of Government Intervention to Promote Elderly Employment: Evidence from Elderly Employment Stabilization Law,” by Ayako Kondo & Hitoshi Shigeoka (Yokohama National University) & Simon Fraser University (SFU) submitted October 2013.
- “Personal Delegations,” by Alexander A. Boni-Saenz (Chicago-Kent Law) submitted October 2013.
- “Bullying Across the Life Course: Redefining Boundaries, Responsibility, and Harm,” by Nancy J. Knauer (Temple Law) submitted November 2013.
- “Challenges Facing Current and Future Residents of Continuing Care Communities,” by Katherine C. Pearson (Penn State Law) submitted December 2013.