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Submitted by Ron on

Indeed one could alternatively characterize this as a "learning by doing" type effect wherein those presented with the opportunity to participate in these decisions gain experience and confidence in making them with potentially crosses over to other areas as well. We found this in a very different context, namely for US workers nearing retirement, wherein those given choice in the investment allocations of their pension plans were found to have significantly higher level of non-pension wealth, ceteris paribus

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1062976912000129