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Campbell JY, Jackson HE, Madrian BC, Tufano P. Consumer Financial Protection. The Journal of Economic Perspectives. 2011;25(1):91-91-114. doi:10.1257/jep.25.1.91.
Cao H. Impute: A SAS Application System for Missing Value Imputations-With Special Reference to HRS Income/Assets. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2001.PDF icon Download PDF (80.28 KB)
Cao H, Hill DH, F. Juster T, Perry MM. Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income and Wealth. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2005.
Cao H. Credit Constraints and Human Capital Investment in College Education. Journal of Family and Economic Issues. 2008;29(1):41-54.
Cao H, Henretta JC, Norgard TM, Soldo BJ, Weir DR. HRS 2001 HUMS College Tuition Imputations. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2005.PDF icon Download PDF (50.75 KB)
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, Stevens AHuff. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. NBER; 2001.
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.
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 N. 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.
Choudhury S, Leonesio MV. Life-Cycle Aspects of Poverty Among Older Women. Social Security Bulletin. 1997;60(2).
Choudhury S. Racial and Ethnic Differences in Wealth and Asset Choices. Social Security Bulletin. 2001;64(4):1-15.
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.
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.
Chung S, Domino ME, Stearns SC. The Effect of Retirement on Weight. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2009;64B(5):656-65.
Clark R, Mitchell OS. How Does Retiree Health Insurance Influence Public Sector Employee Saving?. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2013.
Clark DO, Mungai SM. The Distribution and Association of Chronic Disease and Mobility Difficulty Across Four BMI Categories of African-American Women. American Journal of Epidemiology. 1997;145(10):865-875.
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, Levine PB. Bulls, Bears and Retirement Behavior. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2004.