Cheah, Kuan; Foster, Frederick; Heaney, Richard; Higgins, Timothy; Oliver, Barry; O'Neill, Terence; Russell, Roslyn
We analyse focus group discussions about long-run (retirement) financial decisions, and explore the extent to which participant responses are related to the oft-used behavioural explanations of financial choice. We find that persons of all ages understand the importance of long-term savings, but face many challenges in preparing for retirement. There is mixed support for a range of associated behavioural explanations. Complexity, relevance of decisions, and uncertainty come up repeatedly in all...[Show more]
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