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M. Islam A, Chowdhury RI, Huda S. A Multistate Transition Model for Analyzing Longitudinal Depression Data. BULLETIN of the MALAYSIAN MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES SOCIETY; 2013.
Cahill KE, Glandrea MD, Quinn JF. New Evidence on Self-Employment Transitions Among Older Americans with Career Jobs. Washington, DC, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2013.
Chan S, Stevens AH. New Measures of Pension Knowledge.; 2006.
Dorsey S, Cornwell C, Macpherson DA. Pensions and Productivity. Kalamazoo MI, W.E. Upjohn Institute; 1998.
Clark R, Hammond R, Khalaf C, Morrill M. Planning for retirement? The importance of time preferences. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2017. doi:10.3386/w23501.
Barsky R, Bound J, Charles KK, Lupton JP. A Precise Characterization of The Black-White Wealth Gap. University of Michigan; 2001.
Crimmins EM, Hayward MD, Wray LA, Lu R. Prevalence and Incidence of Health Problems in the First Two Waves of the Health and Retirement Study.; 1995.
Smith J, Fisher GG, Ryan LH, Clarke P, House J, Weir D. Psychosocial and Lifestyle Questionnaire 2006 - 2010: Documentation Report. Ann Arbor: Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2013:62.
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Brown DR, Cochran D, McGregor KC. Race Differences in the Multiple Social Roles of Midlife Women: Implications for Mental Well-Being.; 1996.
Crimmins EM, Kim JKi, McCreath H, Seeman TE. Results from the Health and Retirement Study Biomarker Validation Project. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan; 2011.
Coile C. Retirement Incentives and Couples' Retirement Decisions. Topics in Economic Analysis and Policy: Vol. 4, No, Berkeley Electronic Press; 2004.
Chan S, Stevens AH. Retirement Incentives and Expectations. NBER; 2001.
Giandrea MD, Cahill KE, Quinn JF. The Role of Re-entry in the Retirement Process.; 2010.
Giandrea MD, Cahill KE, Quinn JF. Self-Employment Transistions among Older American Workers with Career Jobs. Washington, DC, US Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; 2008.
Munnell AH, Meme KB, Jivan NA, Cahill KE. Should We Raise Social Security's Earliest Eligibility Age?. Boston College, Center for Retirement Research; 2004.
Coile C, Gruber J. Social Security and Retirement. Cambridge, MA, National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000.
Coile C, Milligan KS, Wise DA. Social Security and Retirement Programs Around the World: The Capacity to Work at Older Ages - Introduction and Summary. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016.
Cackley APuente. Social Security Reform: Implications for Women's Retirement Income. Washington, DC, United States General Accounting Office; 1997.
Coe N, Khan MR, Rutledge MS. Sticky Ages: Why is Age 65 Still a Retirement Peak?. Boston, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2013.
Heeringa SG, Connor J. Technical Description of the Health and Retirement Study Sample Design. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 1995.PDF icon Download PDF (272.48 KB)
Callison K, Kaestner R, Ward J. A Test of Supply-side Explanations of Geographic Variation in Health Care Use. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2018. doi:10.3386/w25037.
Riffe T, Chung PH, Spinjker J, MacInnes J. Time-to-Death Patterns in Markers of Age and Dependency. Rostock, Germany, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; 2015.
Quinn JF, Cahill KE, Giandrea MD. Transitions From Career Employment Among Public- and Private-Sector Workers. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2018. doi:10.3386/w25003.
Ofstedal MBeth, Weir D, Chen KT, Wagner J. Updates to HRS Sample Weights. Ann Arbor, Michigan: Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan; 2011.PDF icon Download PDF (209.48 KB)
Aneshensel CS, Ko MJ, Chodosh J, Wight RG. The Urban Neighborhood and Cognitive Functioning in Late Middle Age. California Center for Population Research; 2009.