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Jadhav A, Weir DR. Widowhood and Depression in a Cross-National Perspective: Evidence from the United States, Europe, Korea, and China. Journals of Gerontology, Series B. Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 2019;73(8):e143-e153. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbx021.
McGarry K, Schoeni RF. Widow(er) Poverty and Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenditures Near the End of Life. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences. 2005;60B(3):S160-S168.
Miller M. Why Working Till Whenever Is a Risky Retirement Strategy. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/16/business/retirement-layoff-working-longer.html. Published 2019.
Leubsdorf B. Why Women Should Keep Working After Their Husbands Retire. The Wall Street Journal.
Munnell AH. Why women’s money behavior should be studied separately from men. Marketwatch.
Hill T. Why There Are Differences in Retirement Income by Race in America. Watson Wyatt Worldwide; 1998.
Lu P, Shelley M. Why spouses depress each other: A cross-national study to test the shared resource hypothesis in depressive symptom concordance within older adult couples. Asian Social Work and Policy Review. 2019. doi:https://doi.org/10.1111/aswp.12183.PDF icon Lu_et_al-2019-Asian_Social_Work_and_Policy_Review.pdf (1.08 MB)
Williamson JB, McNamara TK. Why Some Workers Remain in the Labor Force Beyond the Typical Age of Retirement. Boston: Boston College Center for Retirement Research; 2001.
Glickman MM, Hermes SLynn. Why Retirees Claim Social Security at 62 and How It Affects Their Retirement Income: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Retirement. 2015;2(3):25-39. doi:10.3905/jor.2015.2.3.025.
Martin PP, Office of Retirement and Disability Policy. Why Researchers Now Rely on Surveys for Race Data on OASDI and SSI Programs: A Comparison of Four Major Surveys. Washington, DC, Social Security Administration; 2016.
Manski CF. Why Polls Are Fickle. The New York Times. 2000.
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Mitchell OS. Why Making Big Decisions as We Get Older Is So Risky. Dow Jones Institutional News.
Hicks MSoyars. Why is retirement often more costly for married women than for married men?. 2018;(1).
Bierman A. Why Have Sleep Problems in Later-Midlife Grown Following the Great Recession? A Comparative Cohort Analysis. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B. 2020. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbaa034.
Munnell AH, Sanzenbacher GT, Zulkarnain A. Why Has Poverty Declined for Widows?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2019.
Hester T. Why everyone should save like they’re going to retire early. MarketWatch.
Cramer ATheisen, Jensen GA. Why Don't People Buy Long-Term Care Insurance?. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences. 2006;61B(4):S185-S193.
Wu AYanyuan, Rutledge MS, Penglase J. Why Don't Lower-Income Individuals Have Retirement Saving Plans?. Communities and Banking. 2015;16(1):16-19.
Blundell R, Borella M, Commault J, De Nardi M. Why Does Consumption Fluctuate in Old Age and How Should the Government Insure It?. Cambridge: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2020.
Munnell AH, Soto M. Why Do Women Claim Social Security Benefits So Early?. Boston College, Center for Retirement Research; 2005.
De Nardi M, French E, Jones JBailey. Why Do the Elderly Save? The Role of Medical Expenses. The Journal of Political Economy. 2010;118(1):39.
Li Y, Jensen GA. Why Do People Let Their Long-Term Care Insurance Lapse? Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy. 2012;34(2):220-237.
Vuolo M, Ferraro KF, Morton PM, Yang T-Y. Why do older people change their ratings of childhood health?. Demography. 2014;51(6):1999-2023. doi:10.1007/s13524-014-0344-3.
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Webb A, Sun W, Sass SA. Why Do Married Men Claim Social Security Benefits So Early? Ignorance or Caddishness?. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2007.
Fang H, Kung E. Why Do Life Insurance Policyholders Lapse? The Roles of Income, Health and Bequest Motive Shocks. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc, NBER Working Papers: 17899; 2012.