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United States General Accounting Office. Record Linkage and Privacy: Issues in Creating New Federal Research and Statistical Information.; 2001.
Hill DH, Willis RJ. Reducing Panel Attrition: A Search for Effective Policy Instruments. Journal of Human Resources. 2001;36(3):416-38. doi:10.2307/3069625.
Elder TE. Reemployment Patterns of Displaced Older Workers. Northwestern University; 2001.
Flippen C. Residential Segregation and Minority Home Ownership. Social Science Research. 2001;30(3):337-362. doi:10.1006/ssre.2001.0701.
Zissimopoulos JM. Resource Transfers to the Elderly: Do Adult Children Substitute Financial Transfers for Time Transfers. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corp; 2001.
Blau DM, Gilleskie DB. Retiree Health Insurance and Labor Force Behavior of Older Men in the 1990s. Review of Economics and Statistics. 2001;83(1):64-80.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Retirement and Wealth. Social Security Bulletin. 2001;64(2).
Wang J. The Retirement Decision of Working Married Couples: A test of some competing hypotheses. 2001.
Chan S, Stevens AH. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2001.
Loughran D, Panis C. Retirement Planning. Washington, DC, RAND Labor and Population Program; Prepared for the Social Security Administration; 2001.
Johnson RW, Favreault M. Retiring Together or Working Alone: The Impact of Spousal Employment and Disability on Retirement Decisions. Boston: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2001.
Walsh MWilliams. Reversing Decades-Long Trend, Americans Retiring Later in Life. New York Times on the Web. 2001.
Bajtelsmit VL, Bernasek A. Risk Preferences and the Investment Decisions of Older Americans. Public Affairs at AARP; 2001.
Kosloski K, Ekerdt DJ, DeViney S. The role of job-related rewards in retirement planning. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2001;56(3):P160-9. doi:10.1093/geronb/56.3.p160.
Burkhauser RV, Smeeding TM. The Role of Micro-level Panel Data in Policy Research. Schmollers Jahrbuch: Zeitschrift fur Wirtschafts und Sozialwissenschaften/Journal of Applied Social Science Studies. 2001;121(4):469-500.
Lusardi A, Skinner JS, Venti SF. Saving Puzzles and Saving Policies in the United States. NBER; 2001. doi:10.3386/w8237.
Lusardi A, Cossa R, Krupka EL. Savings of Young Parents. The Journal of Human Resources. 2001;36(4):762-794. doi:10.2307/3069641.
Steinman MA, Sands L, Covinsky KE. Self-restriction of medications due to cost in seniors without prescription coverage. J Gen Intern Med. 2001;16(12):793-9. doi:10.1111/j.1525-1497.2001.10412.x.
Reuters. Seniors Most in Need of Home Care May Not Get It. New York Times on the Web. 2001.
Orszag PR. Should a Lump-Sum Payment Replace Social Security's Delayed Retirement Credit?. Boston: Boston College; 2001. doi:
Dominitz J, Manski CF, Heinz J. Social Security Expectations and Retirement Savings Decisions. Cambridge, MA: The National Bureau of Economic Research; 2001. doi:
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.
Van Wesep EP. Social Security: What is it good for?. 2001.
Henretta JC, Grundy EMD, Harris S. Socioeconomic Differences in Having Living Parents and Children: A U.S.-British Comparison of Middle-Aged Women. Journal of Marriage and the Family. 2001;63(3):852-867. doi:10.1111/j.1741-3737.2001.00852.x.
Wilson SE. Socioeconomic status and the prevalence of health problems among married couples in late midlife. Am J Public Health. 2001;91(1):131-5. doi:10.2105/ajph.91.1.131.