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Johnson RW, LoSasso AT. Family Support of the Elderly and Female Labor Supply: Tradeoffs Among Caregiving, Financial Transfers, and Work. The Urban Institute; 2000.
Schaller J, Eck C. Family Support in Hard Times: Dynamics of Intergenerational Exchange after Adverse Events. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2020. doi:10.3386/w28295.
Soldo BJ, Hill MS. Family Structure and Transfer Measures in the Health and Retirement Study: Background and Overview. Journal of Human Resources. 1995;30(0 Suppl.):S108-37. doi:10.2307/146280.
Henretta JC, Wolf DA, Van Voorhis MF, Soldo BJ. Family structure and the reproduction of inequality: Parents' contribution to children's college costs. Soc Sci Res. 2012;41(4):876-87. doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2012.02.008.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23017857?dopt=Abstract
Glaser K, Grundy EMD, Henretta JC, Murphy MJ. Family Structure and Intergenerational Transfers: A Comparison of 55-63 Year Olds in the U.S. and Britain. University of Michigan; 1996.
Flippen C, Tienda M. Family Structure and Economic Well-Being of Black, Hispanic, and White Pre-Retirement Adults. Princeton: Princeton University; 1998.
Poterba JM, Venti SF, Wise DA. Family Status Transitions, Latent Health, and the Post-Retirement Evolution of Assets. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research; 2010. doi:10.3386/w15789.
Favreault M, Johnson RW. The Family, Social Security, and the Retirement Decision. In: Favreault M, Sammartino F, C. Steuerle E, eds. Social Security and the Family: Addressing Unmet Needs in an Underfunded System. Social Security and the Family: Addressing Unmet Needs in an Underfunded System. Washington, DC: The Urban Institute Press; 2002:295-329.
Bea MDoherty, Chy S. Family Proximity and CoResidence in Retirement Heterogeneity in Residential Changes Across Older Adults’ Care Contexts. Madison, WI: Center for Financial Security, University of Wisconsin-Madison; 2022.
Donnelly R, Umberson D, Pudrovska T. Family Member Death and Subjective Life Expectancy Among Black and White Older Adults. Journal of Aging and Health. 2020. doi:10.1177/0898264318809798.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30451061?dopt=Abstract
National Institute on Aging. Family member availability predicts likelihood of unpaid care for people living with dementia. Featured Research.
Mellencamp KA. FAMILY MATTERS: RELATIONSHIP DYNAMICS SURROUNDING THE DEATH OF A CHILD IN LATER LIFE. 2022;Ph.D.
Caldera S. Family, Income, & Medicaid Policy: Multinomial Logistic Model of Long-Term Care Decisions. 2018.
Bures RM. Family, Employment Status, and Residential Mobility in the Health and Retirement Study. University of Michigan; 1996.
Patterson SE, Margolis R, Verdery AM. Family embeddedness and older adult mortality in the United States. Population Studies. 2020;74(3):415-435. doi:10.1080/00324728.2020.1817529.
Babiarz PD, Robb CA, Woodyard A. Family Decision Making and Resource Protection Adequacy. The Journal of Consumer Affairs. 2012;46(1):1.
Bianchi SM. Family Data and Research in the Health and Retirement Study (HRS). 2010.PDF icon Download PDF (71.25 KB)
Bianchi SM. Family Data and Research in the Health and Retirement Study. Forum for Health Economics and Policy. 2011;14(3):Article 10.
Jutkowitz E, Gaugler JE, Trivedi A, Mitchell LL, Gozalo P. Family caregiving in the community up to 8-years after onset of dementia. BMC Geriatrics. 2020;20(1). doi:10.1186/s12877-020-01613-9.
Reckrey JM, Bollens-Lund E, Husain M, Ornstein KA, Kelley A. Family Caregiving for Those With and Without Dementia in the Last 10 Years of Life. JAMA Internal Medicine. 2021;181(2):278-279. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2020.4012.
Fischer K. Family caregiving doesn’t always mean poor mental health, study finds.
Ailshire JA, Osuna M, Wilkens J, Lee J. Family caregiving and place of death: Insights from cross-national analysis of the Harmonized End of Life Data. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B . 2021;76(Supplement_1):S76-S85. doi:10.1093/geronb/gbaa225.
Bonvissuto K. Family caregivers provide 2 extra ‘shifts’ of care per week per resident in assisted living: study.
Muramatsu N, Campbell RT, Hoyem RL, Jacob MA, Ross C, yin H. Family Care, Nursing Home Transitions, and States' Long-Term Care Policies. University of Illinois-Chicago; 2004.
Choi H, Heisler MM, Norton EC, Langa KM, Cho T-C, Connell CM. Family Care Availability And Implications For Informal And Formal Care Used By Adults With Dementia In The US. Health Affairs. 2021;40(9):1359-1367. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2021.00280.