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Bosworth B, Zhang K. Evidence of Increasing Differenctial Mortality: A Comparison of the HRS and SIPP. CRR WP 2015-13, Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2015.
Bosworth B, Zhang K. Evidence of Increasing Differential Mortality: A Comparison of the HRS and SIPP. Boston College; 2015.
Bajtelsmit VL. Evidence of Risk Aversion in the Health and Retirement Study. Colorado State University; 1999.
Choi J, Goodman L, Katz J, Laibson DI, Ramnath S. The Evolution of Late-Life Income and Assets: Measurement in IRS Tax Data and Three Household Surveys. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, Retirement and Disability Research Center; 2020.
Jones NSuper. Examining the Links Between Retirement and Health Insurance: Implications for Medicare Eligibility.; 1999.
Waidmann TA, Freedman VA, Himes CL, Ahmad S. Examining the Relationships between Excess Body Weight, Health and Disability. Washington, D.C.: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation; 2008.
Benítez-Silva H, Dwyer DS. Expectations Formation of Older Married Couples and the Rational Expectations Hypothesis. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, University of Michigan; 2003.
Benítez-Silva H, Dwyer DS, Gayle W-R, Muench TJ. Expectations in Micro Data: Rationality Revisited. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2003.
Cox D, Way MMcDonald. Expectations versus Realizations of Familial Insurance: Evidence from the Great Recession of 2008. Boston College; 2011.
Hurd MD, Smith JP. Expected Bequests and their Distribution. National Bureau of Economic Research; 2002.
Morgan A. Experiencing Transitional Events in the Pre-Retirement Years. University of Massachusetts Boston, The Gerontology Institute; 2002.
Friedberg L, Owyang MT. Explaining the Evolution of Pension Structure. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2003.
Lusardi A. Explaining Why So Many Households Do Not Save. Dartmouth College, Dept. of Economics; 2002.
Rohwedder S, Hurd MD, Hudomiet P. EXPLANATIONS FOR THE DECLINE IN SPENDING AT OLDER AGES. Cambridge, MA: NBER; 2022.
Gonzales GErnest, Lee Y, Padula WV, Jung LSubin. Exploring the Consequences of Discrimination and Health for Retirement by Race and Ethnicity: Results from the Health and Retirement Study. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2018.
J. Collins M, Hembre E, Urban C. Exploring the Rise of Mortgage Borrowing among Older Americans. Chestnut Hill: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2018.
DeLiema M, Deevy M, Lusardi A, Mitchell OS. Exploring the Risks and Consequences of Elder Fraud Victimization: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2018.
Maag E, Favreault M, Airi N. EXTENDING THE EARNED INCOME TAX CREDIT: HOW THE ECONOMIC SECURITY PROJECT’S COST-OF-LIVING REFUND WOULD AFFECT FAMILY CAREGIVERS. Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute and Brookings Institution; 2020.