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Banks J, Muriel A, Smith JP. Disease prevalence, disease incidence, and mortality in the United States and in England. Demography. 2010;47 Suppl:S211-31. doi:10.1353/dem.2010.0008.
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Banks J, Marmot M, Oldfield Z, Smith JP. The SES Health Gradient On Both Sides Of The Atlantic. In: Wise DA, ed. Developments in the economics of aging. Developments in the economics of aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2009:359-406.
Banks J, Blundell R, Levell P, Smith JP. Life-Cycle Consumption Patterns at Older Ages in the United States and the United Kingdom: Can Medical Expenditures Explain the Difference?. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy. 2019;11(3):27 - 54. doi:10.1257/pol.20170182.
Banks J, Blundell R, Oldfield Z, Smith JP. Housing Price Volatility and Downsizing in Later Life. In: Wise DA, ed. Research Findings in the Economics of Aging. Research Findings in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2010:337-379.
Banks J, Marmot M, Oldfield Z, Smith JP. Disease and Disadvantage in the United States and in England. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2006;295(17):2037-2045.
Banks J, Muriel A, Smith JP. Attrition and health in ageing studies: Evidence from ELSA and HRS. RAND; 2010.
Banks J, Kapteyn A, Smith JP, vanSoest AHO. Work Disability is a Pain in the , Especially in England, The Netherlands, and the United States. RAND Labor and Population Program; 2005.