About the Journal
Work, Aging and Retirement provides a peer-reviewed forum for evidence-based, translational research on worker aging and retirement, with the goal of enhancing understanding of these phenomena.
Work, Aging and Retirement reflects a broad community of professionals in the fields of psychology, sociology, economics, gerontology, business and management, and industrial labor relations. It aims to publish high-quality research that will generate interest from public policy makers, organizational decision makers, human resource professionals, and older worker advocates for the policy implications that these papers bear. Work, Aging and Retirement encourages an international perspective, publishing research and findings from various countries, regions, and entities that are governed by different socio-economic policies.
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Work, Aging and Retirement on the OUPblog
Read the latest blog posts by Work, Aging and Retirement authors:
A Q&A with Work, Aging and Retirement Editor, Mo Wang
June 10, 2015
Does workplace stress play a role in retirement drinking?
Kathleen Briggs and Peter A. Bamberger
November 19, 2014
Call for Proposals
The editorial team of Work, Aging and Retirement is pleased to announce a call for proposals for the 2018 Review Issue. All proposals should be submitted between January 1 and January 31, 2017.
Highly Cited Articles from Work, Aging and Retirement
Successful Aging at Work
Working After Retirement: Features of Bridge Employment and Research Direction
Terry A Beehr, Misty M. Bennett
Explore the complete collection of the top cited articles from the journal published in 2015.