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Wolff E. The Size Distribution of Wealth in the United States: A Comparison Among Recent Household Surveys. In: James P. Smith, Willis RJ, eds. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Wealth, Work and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press; 1999:209-32.
Park C. Social Security Disability Insurance and Older Workers. 1999.
Coile C. Social Security, Pensions, and the Retirement Decisions of Individuals and Couples. 1999.
United States General Accounting Office. Social Security Reform: Implications of Raising the Retirement Age. Washington, DC, U.S. General Accounting Office; 1999.
Webster SA. Study: Depression as deadly as smoking. Detroit News. 1999.
Moore J. The Tail Ends: Hedging against old age and other natural catastrophes. 1999.
Willis RJ. Theory Confronts Data: How the HRS is Shaped by the Economics of Aging and How the Economics of Aging Will be Shaped by the HRS. Labour Economics. 1999;6(2):119-145.
Kunde D. This time, the concept of career change is personal. Dallas Morning News. 1999:1D.
Boaz RF, Hu J, Ye Y. The Transfer of Resources from Middle-Aged Children to Functionally Limited Elderly Parents: Providing Time, Giving Money, Sharing Space. The Gerontologist. 1999;39(6):648-657.
Yelin E, Trupin LS, Sebesta DS. Transitions in Employment, Morbidity, and Disability Among Persons Ages 51-61 with Musculoskeletal and Non-Musculoskeletal Conditions in the U.S., 1992-1994. Arthritis and Rheumatism. 1999;42(4):769-779.
Friedberg L. The Trend Toward Part-Time Work Among Older Workers. University of California, San Diego; 1999.
Anderson PM, Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Trends in Male Labor Force Participation and Retirement: Some Evidence on the Role of Pensions and Social Security in the 1970s and 1980s. Journal of Labor Economics. 1999;17(4):757-83.
Hill DH. Unfolding Bracket Method in the Measurement of Expenditures and Wealth. In: James P. Smith, Willis RJ, eds. Wealth, Work, and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences: Essays in honor of F. Thomas Juster. Wealth, Work, and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences: Essays in honor of F. Thomas Juster. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press; 1999:64-86.
Uccello CE, Perese K. Wealth Accumulation in the Health and Retirement Study: The Importance of Including Pension Wealth. The Urban Institute; 1999.
James P. Smith, Willis RJ. Wealth, Work, and Health: Innovations in Measurement in the Social Sciences: Essays in honor of F. Thomas Juster. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press; 1999.
Olson JA. Who Is 62 Enough ? Identifying Respondents Eligible for Social Security Early Retirement Benefits in the Health and Retirement Study. Social Security Bulletin. 1999;62(3):51-56.
Chirikos TN. Will the Costs of Accommodating Workers With Disabilities Remain Low?. Behavioral Sciences and the Law. 1999;17(1):93-106.
Geanakoplos J, Mitchell OS, Zeldes SP. Would a Privatized Social Security System Really Pay a Higher Rate of Return?. In: First Annual Joint Conference for the Retirement Research Consortium, "New Developments in Retirement Research". First Annual Joint Conference for the Retirement Research Consortium, "New Developments in Retirement Research". ; 1999.