Wade Pfau is an Associate Professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS), Tokyo, Japan.
"I am an Associate Professor of Economics at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo, Japan. At GRIPS, I teach economics to masters and Ph.D. students, who are typically government officials coming to study in Japan from throughout the world, but primarily from Asia and Africa. My Ph.D. is in Economics from Princeton University in 2003, under the guidance of Professors Alan Blinder and Harvey Rosen. As an undergraduate student at the University of Iowa, I studied economics, political science, and history. I completed internships at the U.S. Social Security Administration, the White House, and the U.S. Senate. My main research interests are related to developing methods to better analyze issues related to retirement planning."
- Wall Street Journal Spreecast: Does the 4% Rule Still Work? (8 December 2013)
- Variable Spending Strategies (19 November 2013)
- Longevity Risk Increases with Age (13 November 2013)
- RIIA's Curriculum Book Can Now Be Purchased (8 November 2013)
- Stocks as a Long-Term Hedge for Inflation (7 November 2013)
- Wade Pfau Home page
- Pensions, Retirement Planning, and Economics Blog
- SSRN Working Papers
- Wade Pfau biography, from RePEc
- RePEc (Research Papers in Economics), the largest bibliographic database dedicated to Economics and available freely on the Internet.