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Gong G, Webb A. Mortality, Heterogeneity and the Distributional Consequences of Mandatory Annuitization. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 2008;75(4):1055-79.
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.
Goldsmith R. Study Reveals Today's Seniors Are More Apt to Be of Sound Mind.2001.
Goldoftas B. Self-reported neighborhood environment and risk of type 2 diabetes in the Health and Retirement Study and English Longitudinal Study of Ageing. 2010;Ph.D.(AAT 3451799):162.
Goldman D, Gertler PJ, James P. Smith. Evaluating Health Care Reform Using the Health and Retirement Survey: A Case Study of the Health Security Act of 1993. RAND Corporation; 1994.
Goldman D, Michaud P-C, Lakdawalla DN, Zheng Y, Gailey A, Vaynman I. The fiscal consequences of trends in population health.(Forum: America's Looming Fiscal Crisis). National Tax Journal. 2010;63(2):307(24).
Goldman D, Maestas N. Medical Expenditure Risk and Household Portfolio Choice. RAND Labor and Population Program; 2005.
Goldman D, Lakdawalla DN, Zheng Y. Food Prices and the Dynamics of Body Weight. National Bureau of Economic Research, NBER Working Paper 15096; 2009.
Goldman D, James P. Smith. Can Patient Self-Management Help Explain the SES Health Gradient?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2002;99(16):10929-10934.
Goldman D, Lakdawalla DN, Zheng Y. Retirement and Weight. RAND; 2008.
Goldman DP, Zheng Y, Girosi F, et al. The benefits of risk factor prevention in Americans aged 51 years and older. Am J Public Health. 2009;99(11):2096-101. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2009.172627.
Goldman D, Lakdawalla DN, Michaud P-C, Zheng Y. Understanding the Economic Consequences of Shifting Trends in Population Health. RAND; 2008.
Goldman D, Zissimopoulos JM. DataWatch: High Out-of-Pocket Spending by the Elderly. Health Affairs. 2003;22(3):194-202.
Goldman N, Turra CM, Rosero-Bixby L, Weir D, Crimmins E. Do biological measures mediate the relationship between education and health: A comparative study. Soc Sci Med. 2011;72(2):307-15. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.11.004.
Goldman D, Zissimopoulos JM, Yang L. Medical Expenditure Measures in the Health and Retirement Study. Forum for Health Economics and Policy. 2011;14(3):Article 4.
Goldin C, Mitchell J. The New Lifecycle of Women’s Employment: Disappearing Humps, Sagging Middles, Expanding Tops. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016:1-39. doi:10.3386/w22913.
Goldin C, Mitchell J. The New Life Cycle of Women's Employment: Disappearing Humps, Sagging Middles, Expanding Tops. Journal of Economic Perspectives. 2017;31(1):161 - 182. doi:10.1257/jep.31.1.161.
Golberstein E. The Effects of Income on Mental Health: Evidence from the Social Security Notch. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics. 2015;18(1):27-37.
Golberstein E, Liang J, Quiñones AR, Wolinsky FD. Does More Health Care Improve Health Among Older Adults? A Longitudinal Analysis. Journal of Aging and Health. 2007;19(6):888.
Golberstein E, Grabowski DC, Langa KM, Chernew ME. Effect of Medicare home health care payment on informal care. Inquiry. 2009;46(1):58-71. doi:10.5034/inquiryjrnl_46.01.58.
Gokhale J, Kotlikoff LJ. The Adequacy of Life Insurance. Boston University, Dept. of Economics; 2002.
R. Goins T, Schure MB, Noonan CJ, Buchwald DS. Prostate Cancer Screening Among American Indians and Alaska Natives: The Health and Retirement Survey, 1996-2008. Preventing chronic disease. 2015;12:E123-E123. doi:10.5888/pcd12.150088.
Goetting MA, Martin P, Johnson C. Older Adults and Financial Bequests. International Journal of Aging and Human Development. 2000;50(3):227-244.
Godwin JWoodard. Elderly Parents' Expectations and Realizations of Informal Care from Adult Children: Economic perspective. 2004.
Godbolt D, Vaghela PM, Burdette AM, Hill TD. Religious Attendance and Body Mass: An Examination of Variations by Race and Gender. Journal of Religion and Health. 2018;57(6):2140-2152. doi:10.1007/s10943-017-0490-1.