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Delavande A, Willis RJ. Managing the Risk of Life. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2007.
Lin I-F, Brown SL, Hammersmith AM. Marital Biography, Social Security, and Poverty. Bowling Green, OH, National Center for Family and Marriage Research, Bowling Green University; 2015.
Lin I-F, Brown SL, Hammersmith AM. Marital Biography, Social Security Receipt, and Poverty. Research on Aging. 2017;39(1):86-110. doi:10.1177/0164027516656139.
Borella M, De Nardi M, Yang F. Marriage-related Policies in an Estimated Life-cycle Model of Households' Labor Supply and Savings for Two Cohorts. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2017:1-79.
Honig M. Married Women's Retirement Expectations: Do Pensions and Social Security Matter?. American Economic Review. 1998;88(2):202-206.
Bricker J, Engelhardt GV. Measurement Error in Earnings Data in the Health and Retirement Study. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 2008;33(1):39-61.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Minimum Hours Constraints, Job Requirements and Retirement. Cambridge, Mass.; 2004.
Engelhardt GV. The minimum wage and incentives for full-time work under the Social Security retirement earnings test. Chestnut Hill, MA: Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2018:1-39.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL, Tabatabai N. Mismeasurement of pensions before and after retirement: the mystery of the disappearing pensions with implications for the importance of Social Security as a source of retirement support. Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. 2014;13(1):1-26.
Rust J. Modeling Behavioral Responses to Changes in Social Security: A Life-Cycle Framework. University of Maryland; 2001.
Toder E, Thompson LH, Favreault MM, et al. Modeling Income in the Near Term: Revised Projections of Retirement Income Through 2020 for the 1931-1960 Birth Cohorts. Washington DC, The Urban Institute; 2002.
Mitchell OS, Phillips JWR, Au A. Modeling Lifetime Earnings Paths: Hypothetical versus Actual Workers. University of Pennsylvania, Boettner Center for Pe, Pension Research Council WP 2004-3; 2004.
Harris ARehder. Modeling Retirement Behavior: A Test of the Option-Value Model Using the Health and Retirement Study. Congressional Budget Office; 2001.
Fitzpatrick M, Moore T. The Mortality Effects of Retirement: Evidence from Social Security Eligibility at Age 62. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2017. doi:10.3386/w24127.
Bauer D, Reif J. Mortality Risk, Insurance, and the Value of Life. Cambridge, United States: National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.; 2018.
Cox D, Soldo BJ. Motives for Care that Adult Children Provide to Parents: Evidence from Point Blank Survey Questions. Journal of Comparative Family Studies. 2013;44(4).

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Lumsdaine RL, Mitchell OS. New Developments in the Economic Analysis of Retirement. In: Ashenfelter O, Card D, eds. Handbook of labor economics. Volume 3C. Handbook of labor economics. Volume 3C. Amsterdam; New York and Oxford: Elsevier Science, North-Holland; 1999:3261-3307.
Haider S, Solon G. Nonrandom Selection in the HRS Social Security Earnings Sample. Santa Monica, CA, RAND Corp.; 2000.

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Maurer R, Mitchell OS. Older Peoples’ Willingness to Delay Social Security Claiming. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016:1-27. doi:10.3386/w22942.