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Xu M, Sherris M, Meyricke R. Mortality Heterogeneity and Systematic Mortality Improvement. Sydney, Australia, CEPAR - ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research; 2015.
Sullivan AR. Mortality Differences in Windowhood. Philadelphia, PA, Population Studies Center, University of Pennsylvania; 2010.
Bound J, Schoenbaum M, Stinebrickner TR, Waidmann TA. Modeling the Effect of Health on Retirement. National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000.
Bound J, Schoenbaum M, Stinebrickner TR, Waidmann TA. Modeling the Effect of Health on Retirement. National Bureau of Economic Research; 2000.
Toder E, Thompson LH, Favreault M, 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.
Toder E, Thompson LH, Favreault M, 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.
Favreault M, Smith KE. Modeling Income in the Near Term 8 and 2014. Urban Institute; 2019.
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. Ann Arbor, The University of Michigan; 2012.
Gustman AL, Steinmeier TL. Minimum Hours Constraints, Job Requirements and Retirement. Cambridge, Mass.; 2004.
Burkhauser RV, Smeeding TM. Microdata Panel Data and Public Policy: National and Cross-National Perspectives. Syracuse University; 2000.
Schimmel J. Men With Health Insurance and the Women Who Love Them: the Effect of a Husband's Retirement on His Wife's Health Insurance Coverage. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2006.
Hou W, Sanzenbacher GT. Measuring Racial/Ethnic Retirement Wealth Inequality. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College; 2020.
Love DA, Smith PA. Measuring Dissaving Out of Retirement Wealth. Social Science Research Network; 2007.
McGarry K, Schoeni RF. Measurement and the Redistribution of Resources Within the Family. RAND, Reprint Series 96-11; 1996.
Smith JP. Marriage, Assets, and Savings. Santa Monica, CA., RAND Corporation; 1995.
Sevak P, Schmidt L. Macroeconomic Conditions and Updating of Expectations by Older Americans. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2011.
Sevak P, Schmidt L. Macroeconomic Conditions and Updating of Expectations by Older Americans. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2011.
McGarry K, Skinner JS. The Long-Term Financial and Health Outcomes of Disability Insurance Applicants. 11th Annual Joint Conference of the Retirement Research Consortium; 2009.
Schmitz LL, Dalton C. Conley. The Long-Term Consequences of Vietnam-Era Conscription and Genotype on Smoking Behavior and Health.; 2015.
Byrne D, Goeree MS, Hiedemann B, Stern SN. Long-Term Care, Formal Home Health Care, and Informal Care. Charlottesville, VA, University of Virginia, Dept. of Economics; 2002.
Farnham MP, Sevak P. Local Fiscal Policy and Retiree Migration: Evidence from the Health and Retirement Study. New York, NY, Hunter College, Department of Economics; 2002.
Laitner J, Silverman DS. Life-Cycle Models: Lifetime Earnings and the Timing of Retirement. The University of Michigan, Michigan Retirement Research Center; 2007.
Stacy B. Left with Bias? Quantile Regression with Measurement Error in Left Hand Side Variables. Hamburg, Germany, German National Library of Economics Leibniz Information Centre for Economics; 2014.
Bronshtein G, Scott J, Shoven J, Slavov S. Leaving Big Money on the Table: Arbitrage Opportunities in Delaying Social Security. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016:1-34. doi:10.3386/w22853.
Bronshtein G, Scott J, Shoven J, Slavov S. Leaving Big Money on the Table: Arbitrage Opportunities in Delaying Social Security. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2016:1-34. doi:10.3386/w22853.