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Education and Investment Behavior in the Family: A Study of Health Human Capital in Middle Age. George Mason University School of Law; 2002..
Ensuring Time-Series Consistency in Estimates of Income from Wealth. Ann Arbor, MI, The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2002..
Health Insurance and Labor Supply: Evidence from Hypothetical Shocks to Wealth. Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan; 2002..
How Important Are Private Pensions?. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2002..
Liquidity Constraints, Wealth Accumulation and Entrepreneurship. Chicago Business School; 2002. doi:10.1086/381478..
Modeling Income in the Near Term: Revised Projections of Retirement Income Through 2020 for the 1931-1960 Birth Cohorts. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute; 2002.
Pre-Retirement Lump-Sum Pension Distributions and Retirement Income Security: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. National Tax Journal. 2002;55(4):665-..
Retirement and the Stock Market Bubble. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research ; 2002..
Self-defined Retirement Status and Engagement in Paid Work Among Older Working-age Women: Comparison Between Childless Women and Mothers. Sociological Inquiry. 2002;72(1):43-71. doi:10.1111/1475-682X.00005..
The Size and Composition of Wealth Holdings in the United States, Italy, and the Netherlands. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corp.; 2002..
Transmitting inequality: An asset-based analysis of racial and ethnic inequality and its intergenerational transmission. 2002..
Wealth and the Timing of Retirement. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Economics Department; 2002..
Wealth Shocks and Retirement Timing: Evidence from the Nineties. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan; 2002..
Who Becomes a Stockholder? Expectations, Subjective Uncertainty, and Asset Allocation. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement and Disability Research Center, University of Michigan; 2002..
Access to wealth among older workers in the 1990s and how it is distributed: Data from the Health and Retirement Study. In: Assets for the Poor: The Benefits of Spreading Asset Ownership. Assets for the Poor: The Benefits of Spreading Asset Ownership. New York: Russell Sage Press; 2001:74-131..
Are the Elderly Really Over-Annuitized? New Evidence on Life Insurance and Bequests. In: Themes in the Economics of Aging. Themes in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2001..
Betwixt and Between: Targeting coverage reforms to those approaching Medicare. Health Affairs. 2001;20(1):219-30. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.20.1.219..
Choice, Chance, and Wealth Dispersion at Retirement. In: Aging Issues in the United States and Japan. Aging Issues in the United States and Japan. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; 2001:25-64. doi:10.3386/w7521..
Cognition and Wealth: The Importance of Probabilistic Thinking. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center at the University of Michigan; 2001..
Demography of Risk Aversion. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 2001;68(1):1-24. doi:10.2307/2678130..
Duration or Disadvantage? Exploring Nativity, Ethnicity and Health in Midlife. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2001;56B(5):S275-285..
The Effect of Federal Estate Tax Policy on Charitable Contributions. Congressional Budget Office; 2001..
Effects of Alcohol Consumption on Disability Among the Near Elderly: A Longitudinal Analysis. The Milbank Quarterly. 2001;79(4):487-515..