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Feinstein JS, Ho C-C. Elderly Asset Management and Health: An Empirical Analysis. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000.
Brown M. End-of-Life Transfers and the Decision to Care for a Parent. University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2002.
Ippolito RA. Endowments at Birth and Adult Health: Childhood Socioeconomic Factors and Heart Disease. George Mason University School of Law; 2002.
Holtz-Eakin D, Marples D. Estate Taxes, Labor Supply, and Economic Efficiency. American Council for Capital Formation Center for; 2001.
Holtz-Eakin D, Phillips JWR, Rosen HS. Estate Taxes, Life Insurance, and Small Business. Syracuse University; 1998.
Bosworth B, Smart R. Evaluating Micro-Survey Estimates of Wealth and Saving. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2009.
Hurd MD, Smith JP. Expected Bequests and their Distribution. National Bureau of Economic Research; 2002.
Szinovacz ME. Fact Sheet: Cohort Differences in Parental Survival. Boston, ScholarWorks, University of Massachusetts Boston; 2014.
Bures RM. Family, Employment Status, and Residential Mobility in the Health and Retirement Study. University of Michigan; 1996.
Poterba JM, Venti SF, Wise DA. Family Status Transitions, Latent Health, and the Post-Retirement Evolution of Assets. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2010. doi:10.3386/w15789.
Flippen C, Tienda M. Family Structure and Economic Well-Being of Black, Hispanic, and White Pre-Retirement Adults. Princeton: Princeton University; 1998.
Glaser K, Grundy EMD, Henretta JC, Murphy MJ. Family Structure and Intergenerational Transfers: A Comparison of 55-63 Year Olds in the U.S. and Britain. University of Michigan; 1996.
Johnson RW, LoSasso AT. Family Support of the Elderly and Female Labor Supply: Tradeoffs Among Caregiving, Financial Transfers, and Work. The Urban Institute; 2000.
Berry BM. Financial Transfers from Parents to Adult Children: Issues of Who is Helped and Why. Ann Arbor, MI: Population Studies Center at the Institute for Social Research; 2001.
Zissimopoulos JM. Gain and Loss: Marriage and Wealth Changes Over Time. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation ; 2010.
Bianchi SM, McGarry K, Seltzer JA, Michigan Retirement Research Center. Geographic Dispersion and the Well-being of the Elderly. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan; 2010.
Michaud P-C, vanSoest AHO. Health and Wealth of Elderly Couples. RAND Labor and Population Series; 2004.
Blau DM, Gilleskie DB. Health Insurance and Retirement of Married Couples. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; 2001.
Coile C. Health Shocks and Couples' Labor Supply Decisions. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College, WP 2003-08; 2003.
Ward-Batts JL. Health, Wealth, and Gender: Do Health Shocks of Husbands and Wives Have Different Impacts on Household Wealth?. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2001.
Mellor JM, Jensen ER. Household Retirement Saving and Informal Insurance: Getting by with a little help from friends. College of William and Mary; 2002.
Korczyk S. How America Saves. Washington, DC, American Association of Retired Persons; 1998.
Coile C. How Do Couples Decide to Retire?. NBER; 2001.
Johnson RW, LoSasso AT, Lurie IZ. How Do Families Allocate Elder Care Responsibilities Between Siblings?. The Urban Institute; 2004.
Wu AYanyuan, Karamcheva NS, Munnell AH, Purcell PJ. How Do the Changing Labor Supply Behavior and Marriage Patterns of Women Affect Social Security Replacement Rates?. Chestnut Hill, MA, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2013.