Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 pp. 1-20.
Understanding the Three Types of Evidence Used by the Social Security Administration in Resolving Disability Benefit Claims
(Michael Stephen Stretton III, Paralegal Advocate)
Chapter 2 pp. 21-34.
How to Consume and Invest for Retirement: Revisiting Friedman¡¯s Permanent Income Hypothesis
(Seyoung Park, Risk Management Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Chapter 3 pp. 35-70.
The Role of Clinicians in Disability Determination for Social Security Benefits
(Randy Noblitt and Pamela Perskin Noblitt, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in Los Angeles, California, USA, and others)
Chapter 4 pp. 71-86.
A Framework for Studying the Retirement Process in Europe
(Luc¨ªa Rey-Ares, Sara Fern¨¢ndez-L¨®pez, Milagros Vivel-B¨²a and Guillermo A. Zapata-Huaman¨ª, Department of Finance and Accounting, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
Chapter 5 pp. 87-122.
Policy Design §àf Pension Funds Investments in Kazakhstan and Russia: Lessons from Mutual Experience
(Karen Tumanyants and Anna Elkina, Economics and Economic Policy Department, Volgograd State University, Volgograd, Russia)