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Scholz JKarl. Can Americans Maintain Pre-Retirement Consumption Standards in Retirement?. University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2001.
Johnson RW, Uccello CE. Can Cash Balance Pension Plans Improve Retirement Security for Today's Workers?. The Urban Institute; 2002.
Siliciano RL, Wettstein G. Can the Drawdown Patterns of Earlier Cohorts Help Predict Boomers’ Behavior?. Newton, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2021.
Stephens, Jr. M, Haider S. Can Unexpected Retirement Explain the Retirement-Consumption Puzzle? Evidence from Subjective Retirement Expectations. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2003.
Wettstein G, Siliciano RL. Can We Predict Boomers’ Drawdown Behavior from Earlier Cohorts?. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2022.
Fahle S, McGarry K. Caregiving and work: The relationship between labor market attachment and parental caregiving. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2017.
Lumsdaine RL. Caring for Children and the Retirement Decision. Brown University Dept. of Economics; 1998.
Armour P, Smart R, Brennan E. The Causes and Consequences of Opioid Use among Older Americans: A Panel Survey Approach. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement and Disability Research Center, University of Michigan; 2021.
Gonzales E. Challenges and Opportunities to Working Longer In the Context of Informal Caregiving. The Center for Health and Aging Innovation; 2023.
Banerjee S. Change in Household Spending After Retirement: Results from a Longitudinal Sample. Washington, DC, Employee Benefit Research Institute; 2015.
Chopik WJ, Oh J, Challa SR, Hua HL, Maahs JM, Smith J. Changes in childhood caregiving impressions among middle-aged and older adults.; 2023. doi: 10.1111/pere.12499.
Hurd MD, Rohwedder S. Changes in Consumption and Activities in Retirement. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2005.
Jacobs L. CHANGES IN NEW DISABILITY AWARDS: UNDERSTANDING TRENDS AND LOOKING AHEAD. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2021.
Copeland C. Changes in Wealth for Americans Reaching or Just Past Normal Retirement Age. Employee Benefit Research Institute, EBRI Issue Brief No. 277; 2005.
Honig M. Changes Over Time in Subjective Retirement Probabilities. University of Michigan; 1996.
Butrica BA, Karamcheva NS. The Changing Causes and Consequences of Not Working Before Age 62. Washington, D.C.: The Urban Institute; 2012.
Smith JP. The Changing Economic Circumstances of the Elderly: Income, Wealth and Social Security. Syracuse University; 1997.
Armour P, Knapp D. The Changing Picture of Who Claims Social Security Early. Washington, D.C.: AARP Public Policy Institute; 2021. doi:10.26419/ppi.00133.001.
Kopinska JAleksandra, Atella V, Bhattacharya J, Miller G. The Changing Relationship between Bodyweight and Longevity in High- and Low-Income Countries. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2021. doi:10.3386/w28813.
Bosworth B, Burke K. Changing Sources of Income Among the Aged Population. Newton, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2012.
McFall BHelppie, Sonnega A. Characteristics of Second-career Occupations: A Review and Synthesis . Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2017:1-41.
Li X, Hurd MD, Loughran D. The Characteristics of Social Security Beneficiaries Who Claim Benefits at the Early Entitlement Age. AARP Public Policy Institute; 2008.
Chen X, Yan B, Gill TM. Childhood Circumstances and Health Inequality in Old Age: Comparative Evidence from China and the United States. Bonn, Germany: IZA Institute of Labor Economics; 2020.
Elo I. Childhood Conditions and Adult Health: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania; 1998.