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Berry BM. Does Money Buy Better Health? Three essays examining the causes of socioeconomic differentials in health after midlife. 2002.
Foley DJ, Heimovitz HK, Guralnik JM, Brock DB. Driving life expectancy of persons aged 70 years and older in the United States. Am J Public Health. 2002;92(8):1284-9. doi:10.2105/ajph.92.8.1284.
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Gumus G. Dynamic Models of the Social Security Disability Insurance Application. 2002.
Levy HG. The Economic Consequences of Being Uninsured. University of Chicago; 2002.
Banks J. Economic measures in the Health and Retirement Study. 2002.PDF icon Download PDF (181.16 KB)
Ippolito RA. Education and Investment Behavior in the Family: A Study of Health Human Capital in Middle Age. George Mason University School of Law; 2002.
Ippolito RA. Education versus savings as explanations for better health: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Survey. Fairfax, VA: George Mason University; 2002.
Cagney KA, Lauderdale DS. Education, Wealth, and Cognitive Function in Later Life. The Journals of Gerontology Series B. 2002;57(2):163-172. doi:https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/57.2.P163.
Coile C. The Effect of Health Events and Health Insurance on Couples' Labor Supply Decisions. Wellesley College; 2002.
Williamson JB, McNamara TK. The Effect of Unplanned Changes in Marital and Disability Status: Interrupted Trajectories and Labor . Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2002.
Panis C, Hurd MD, Loughran D, Zissimopoulos JM, Haider S, St Clair PA. The Effects of Changing Social Security Administation's Early Entitlement Age and the Normal Retirement Age. Washington, DC, RAND Labor and Population Program; Prepared for the Social Security Administration; 2002.
Freund B, Szinovacz ME. Effects of Cognition on Driving Involvement Among the Oldest Old: Variations by Gender and Alternative Transportation Opportunities. The Gerontologist. 2002;42(5):621-633. doi:https://doi.org/10.1093/geront/42.5.621.
Gomez MI, Ranney CK. Effects of Food and Health Spending Patterns on the Health of the Elderly. Cornell University, Dept. of Applied Economics and; 2002.
Brown M. End-of-Life Transfers and the Decision to Care for a Parent. University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2002.
Jensen GA, Morrisey MA. Endogenous Fringe Benefits, Compensating Wage Differentials and Older Workers. International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics. 2002;1:2003-226.
Ippolito RA. Endowments at Birth and Adult Health: Childhood Socioeconomic Factors and Heart Disease. George Mason University School of Law; 2002.
F. Juster T, Lupton JP, Cao H. Ensuring Time-Series Consistency in Estimates of Income from Wealth. Ann Arbor, MI, The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2002.
Elder TE. Essays on the Economics of Aging and Education. 2002.
Cutler DM. Evaluation of Health Questions in HRS. 2002.PDF icon Download PDF (136.43 KB)
Coile C, Gruber J. An evaluation of the retirement questions in the Health and Retirement Study. 2002.PDF icon Download PDF (227.05 KB)
Perreira KM, Sloan FA. Excess Alcohol Consumption and Health Outcomes: A 6-Year Follow-Up of Men Over Age 50 from the Health and Retirement Study. Addiction. 2002;97(3):301-310.
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.
Lusardi A. Explaining Why So Many Households Do Not Save. Dartmouth College, Dept. of Economics; 2002.
Favreault M, Johnson RW. The Family, Social Security, and the Retirement Decision. In: Favreault M, Sammartino F, C. Steuerle E, eds. Social Security and the Family: Addressing Unmet Needs in an Underfunded System. Social Security and the Family: Addressing Unmet Needs in an Underfunded System. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press; 2002:295-329.