Financial Literacy, Longevity Literacy, and Retirement Readiness
Understanding how long people tend to live in retirement is critical when planning your financial future
In the news
Watch CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson discuss financial and longevity literacy with Surya Kolluri, head of the TIAA Institute, and Annamaria Lusardi, founder of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center at The George Washington University.
Title IX: 50 years of progress, but gaps remain
To mark the 50th the anniversary of Title IX, we are releasing new reports and research briefs on gender equality progress and gaps still to close.
TIAA Institute Reports
Original research produced by the TIAA Institute—both independently and in collaboration with noted scholars—examines topics of interest to the academic, nonprofit and public sectors. The reports combine statistical findings with thoughtful, data-driven observations and conclusions to provide in-depth analyses appropriate for both technical and general audiences.
What matters for annuity demand: Objective life expectancy or subjective survival pessimism?
How do rival explanations for low annuitization rates contribute to annuitization decisions in practice?
How can higher education leaders maximize the
opportunities that trends provide while minimizing potential negative effects?
Postsecondary Certificates and Faculty Composition
As certificate awards granted by public postsecondary institutions have expanded over the past 20 years, how has the faculty workforce changed?
Assessing the relative need and demand for financial education programs
Are individuals with less understanding of personal finance concepts interested in financial education programs?
January 18-20, 2023 | San Francisco, CA
Delphi Award Presentation
The winners of the 2022 Delphi Award, which the TIAA Institute supports, will be announced at the AAC&U’s annual meeting.