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Cardia E, Ng S. How Important are Intergenerational Transfers of Time? A Macroeconomic Analysis. Boston College; 1998.
Carlton MAnthony. Multivariate fractional response models in a panel setting with an application to portfolio allocation. 2013;3558362:131.
Caswell KJ. Socioeconomic status and health redux: New evidence from England in a comparative context. 2009;Ph.D:166.
Chan S, Sastrup SR, Ellen IGould. Do Homeowners Mark to Market? A Comparison of Self-reported and Estimated Market Home Values During the Housing Boom and Bust. New York, NYU Wagner School; 2014.
Chan S, Stevens AH. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2001.
Chang F-C. Pensions and Household Saving in The United States. 2012;Ph.D.:98.
Chi DL, Tucker-Seeley RD. Gender-stratified models to examine the relationship between financial hardship and self-reported oral health for older US men and women. American journal of public health. 2013;103(8):1507-15. doi:10.2105/ajph.2012.301145.
Chiang M-F. Retirement Consumption Behavior: Evidence from HRS CAMS 2001. Human Ecology. 2012;Ph.D.:168.
Choi NG. 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.
Choudhury S. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Wealth and Asset Choices. Social Security Bulletin. 2001;64(4):1-15.
Choudhury S, Leonesio MV. Life-Cycle Aspects of Poverty Among Older Women. Social Security Bulletin. 1997;60(2).
Christelis D, Georgarakos D, Jappelli T. Wealth shocks, unemployment shocks and consumption in the wake of the Great Recession. Journal of Monetary Economics. 2015;72:21-41. doi:10.1016/j.jmoneco.2015.01.003.
Christelis D, Georgarakos D, Jappelli T. Wealth Shocks, Unemployment Shocks and Consumption in the Wake of the Great Recession. London, Centre for Economic Policy Research; 2014.
Christelis D, Georgarakos D, Sanz-de-Galdeano A. The Impact of Health Insurance on Stockholding: A Regression Discontinuity Approach. Bonn, Germany, Institute for the Study of Labor; 2014.
Clark R, Mitchell OS. How Does Retiree Health Insurance Influence Public Sector Employee Saving?. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2013.
Clift JW. Three Essays on the Labor Supply, Savings and Investment Behavior of Older Workers. 2012;3534109:121.
Coe N, Webb A. Actual and Anticipated Inheritance Receipts. Center for Retirement Research Working Papers Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2009.
Coile C, Milligan K. How Household Portfolios Evolve after Retirement: The Effect of Aging and Health Shocks. Review of Income and Wealth. 2009;59(2):226-48. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4991.2009.00320.x.
Coile C, Gruber J. Social Security Incentives for Retirement. In: Wise DA, ed. Themes in the Economics of Aging. Themes in the Economics of Aging. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press; 2001.
Coile C, Levine PB. Bulls, Bears and Retirement Behavior. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2004.
Copeland C. How Are New Retirees Doing Financially in Retirement?. Employee Benefit Research Institute Issue Brief 302. 2007;Issue Brief 302.
Copeland C. Changes in Wealth for Americans Reaching or Just Past Normal Retirement Age. Employee Benefit Research Institute, EBRI Issue Brief No. 277; 2005.
Coronado JL, Perozek M. Wealth Effects and the Consumption of Leisure: Retirement Decisions During the Stock Market Boom of the 1990s. Federal Reserve Board, Finance and Economics Discussion Series ; 2003.
Coy P. To Save or Not To Save. Business Week. 2000:34.
Crystal S, Shea DG. Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics: Economic Outcomes in Later Life. Vol. 22. New York: Springer Publishing Co., Inc.; 2002.