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The Transition to Personal Retirement Accounts and Increasing Retirement Wealth. In: Perspectives on the Economics of Aging. Perspectives on the Economics of Aging. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press; 2004..
TREAT 'EM: Triangulation, Risk, and the Economics of Alcoholism and Treatment among Elders in Medicare. 2004..
Trends in Job Demands Among Older Workers, 1992-2002. Monthly Labor Review. 2004;127(7):48-56..
Transitions to Self-Employment at Older Ages: The Role of Wealth, Health, Health Insurance, and Other Factors. RAND Working Paper; 2003..
Trends in Medication Use And Functioning Before Retirement Age: Are They Linked?. Health Affairs. 2003;22(4)..
Trends in Scores on Tests of Cognitive Ability in the Elderly U.S. Population, 1993-2000. The Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 2003;58B(6):S338-S346..
Technical progress and early retirement. Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 2001..
To Save or Not To Save. Business Week. 2000:34..
The Trade-Off Between Hours of Paid Employment and Time Assistance to Elderly Parents at Midlife. The Urban Institute; 2000..
The trend is to retire gradually. Ottawa Citizen. 2000:E4..
Twilight of The Boomers. Time Magazine. 2000;155(24):Living Section..
Theory Confronts Data: How the HRS is Shaped by the Economics of Aging and How the Economics of Aging Will be Shaped by the HRS. Labour Economics. 1999;6(2):119-145..
This time, the concept of career change is personal. Dallas Morning News. 1999:1D..
The Transfer of Resources from Middle-Aged Children to Functionally Limited Elderly Parents: Providing Time, Giving Money, Sharing Space. The Gerontologist. 1999;39(6):648-657..
Transitions in Employment, Morbidity, and Disability Among Persons Ages 51-61 with Musculoskeletal and Non-Musculoskeletal Conditions in the U.S., 1992-1994. Arthritis and Rheumatism. 1999;42(4):769-779..
The Trend Toward Part-Time Work Among Older Workers. University of California, San Diego; 1999..