Can Making Family Salient Improve Retirement Contributions? Evidence From Field Experiments in Mexico
We use a large field experiment in Mexico (N=97,149) to document that frames centered on securing the future of one’s family improve the likelihood of retirement contributions, even over and above other commonly effective nudges (loss/gain frame, fresh start, and pennies-a-day) over the short-term and long-term (six-months post-intervention).
Avni Shah, Matthew Osborne, Jaclyn Lefkowitz, Andrew Fertig, Dilip Soman, and Nina Mazar (2018) ,"Can Making Family Salient Improve Retirement Contributions? Evidence From Field Experiments in Mexico", in NA - Advances in Consumer Research Volume 46, eds. Andrew Gershoff, Robert Kozinets, and Tiffany White, Duluth, MN : Association for Consumer Research, Pages: 298-302.
Avni Shah, University of Toronto, Canada
Matthew Osborne, University of Toronto, Canada
Jaclyn Lefkowitz, IDEAS42
Andrew Fertig, IDEAS42
Dilip Soman, University of Toronto, Canada
Nina Mazar, Boston University, USA
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