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The Journal of the Economics of Ageing

2013 - 2019

Current editor(s): D.E. Bloom, A. Sousa-Poza and U. Sunde

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2019, volume 13, issue C

The policy challenges of financing longevity—A perspective from Japan pp. 10-13 Downloads
Hirotaka Unami
One size fits all? Drawdown structures in Australia and The Netherlands pp. 14-27 Downloads
Alonso-García, Jennifer and Michael Sherris
Perspective piece on “One size fits all? Drawdown structures in Australia and The Netherlands,” by Jennifer Alonso García and Michael Sherris pp. 28-29 Downloads
Lee Lockwood
The distribution of pension wealth in Europe pp. 30-42 Downloads
Javier Olivera
Perspective piece on “The distribution of pension wealth in Europe” by Javier Olivera pp. 43-44 Downloads
Pierre-Carl Michaud
Transfers in an aging European Union pp. 45-54 Downloads
Fanny A. Kluge, Joshua R. Goldstein and Tobias C. Vogt
Perspective piece on “Transfers in an Aging European Union” by Fanny A. Kluge, Joshua R. Goldstein and Tobias C. Vogt pp. 55-55 Downloads
Elsa Fontainha
Organizing old age pensions for India’s unorganized workers: A case study of a sector-driven approach pp. 56-69 Downloads
M.R. Narayana
Perspective piece on “Organizing old age pensions for India’s unorganized workers: A case study of a sector-driven approach”, by Narayana Muttur Ranganathan pp. 70-71 Downloads
Anita Mukherjee
Trends in health and retirement in Latin America: Are older workers healthy enough to extend their working lives? pp. 72-83 Downloads
Laeticia R. De Souza, Bernardo L. Queiroz and Vegard F. Skirbekk
Perspective piece on “Trends in health and retirement in Latin America: Are older workers healthy enough to extend their working lives?” by Laeticia De Souza, Bernardo Queiroz, and Vegard Skirbekk pp. 84-85 Downloads
David Lam
Cognitive decline and household financial decisions at older ages pp. 86-101 Downloads
Marco Angrisani and Jinkook Lee
Perspectives on “Cognitive decline and household financial decisions at older ages” by Marco Angrisani and Jinkook Lee pp. 102-102 Downloads
Keith Jacks Gamble
Access to long term care after a wealth shock: Evidence from the housing bubble and burst pp. 103-110 Downloads
Costa-Font, Joan, Richard G. Frank and Katherine Swartz
Perspective piece on “Access to long term care after a wealth shock: Evidence from the housing bubble and burst” by Joan Costa Font, Richard Frank, and Katherine Swartz pp. 111-112 Downloads
Corina Mommaerts
Changes in the morbidity prevalence and morbidity-free life expectancy of the elderly population in China from 2000 to 2010 pp. 113-121 Downloads
Bei Lu, Xiaoting Liu, Jonathan Lim and Mingxu Yang
Perspective piece on “Changes in the morbidity prevalence and morbidity-free life expectancy of the elderly population in China, 2000–2010” by Bei Lu, Xiaoting Liu, Mingxu Yang, and Jonathan Lim pp. 122-123 Downloads
Feng Wang

2018, volume 12, issue C

The return to education in terms of wealth and health pp. 1-14 Downloads
Holger Strulik
Preparation for old age in France: The roles of preferences and expectations pp. 15-23 Downloads
Bénédicte Apouey
Who supports intergenerational redistribution policy? Evidence from old-age allowance system in Thailand pp. 24-34 Downloads
Worawet Suwanrada, Pataporn Sukontamarn and Busarin Bangkaew
Pension decrement rates across Europe – Are they too low? pp. 35-45 Downloads
Christoph Freudenberg, Natalie Laub and Tim Sutor
Impact of volunteering on cognitive decline of the elderly pp. 46-60 Downloads
Sumedha Gupta
Decomposition of demographic effects on the german pension system pp. 61-76 Downloads
Robert Fenge and François Peglow
Intra-household allocation of non-mandatory retirement savings pp. 77-87 Downloads
Christoph Metzger
Why older workers become entrepreneurs? International evidence using fuzzy set methods pp. 88-95 Downloads
Jorge Velilla, José Alberto Molina and Raquel Ortega
A cross-country analysis of population aging and financial security pp. 96-117 Downloads
Angela C. Lyons, John E. Grable and So-Hyun Joo
Gender differentiation in intergenerational care-giving and migration choices pp. 118-134 Downloads
Oded Stark and Ewa Cukrowska-Torzewska
The effect of the New Rural Social Pension Insurance program on the retirement and labor supply decision in China pp. 135-150 Downloads
Lei Shu
Long-term care partnerships: Are they fit for purpose? pp. 151-158 Downloads
Savannah Bergquist, Costa-Font, Joan and Katherine Swartz
Specific measures for older employees and late career employment pp. 159-174 Downloads
Bernhard Boockmann, Jan Fries and Christian Göbel
A structural analysis of the effects of the Great Recession on retirement and working longer by members of two-earner households pp. 175-182 Downloads
Alan Gustman, Thomas L. Steinmeier and Nahid Tabatabai
An active lifestyle and cognitive function: Evidence from China pp. 183-191 Downloads
Dusanee Kesavayuth, Yufang Liang and Vasileios Zikos
Family transfers and long-term care: An analysis of the WHO Study on global AGEing and adult health (SAGE) pp. 195-201 Downloads
Adrianna Murphy, Paul Kowal, Marco Albertini, Bernd Rechel, Somnath Chatterji and Kara Hanson
International projections of age specific healthcare consumption: 2015–2060 pp. 202-217 Downloads
Carl N. Mason and Timothy Miller
The hidden economics of informal elder-care in the United States pp. 218-224 Downloads
Michele Cecchini
The impact of social pensions on intergenerational relationships: Comparative evidence from China pp. 225-235 Downloads
Xi Chen, Karen Eggleston and Ang Sun
Untapped work capacity among old persons and their potential contributions to the “silver dividend” in Japan pp. 236-249 Downloads
Rikiya Matsukura, Satoshi Shimizutani, Nahoko Mitsuyama, Sang-Hyop Lee and Naohiro Ogawa
Do notional defined contribution schemes prolong working life? Evidence from the 1994 Swedish pension reform pp. 250-267 Downloads
Haodong Qi, Jonas Helgertz and Tommy Bengtsson

2018, volume 11, issue C

The aggregate implications of gender and marriage pp. 6-26 Downloads
Margherita Borella, Mariacristina De Nardi and Fang Yang
Macroeconomic effects of Medicare pp. 27-40 Downloads
Juan Carlos Conesa, Daniela Costa, Parisa Kamali, Timothy Kehoe, Vegard M. Nygard, Gajendran Raveendranathan and Akshar Saxena
Vocational considerations and trends in Social Security Disability pp. 41-51 Downloads
Amanda Michaud, Jaeger Nelson and David Wiczer
An aggregate model for policy analysis with demographic change pp. 52-61 Downloads
Ellen R. McGrattan and Edward Prescott
Intergenerational transfers and China’s social security reform pp. 62-70 Downloads
Ayşe İmrohoroğlu and Kai Zhao
The macroeconomic and welfare implications of rural health insurance and pension reforms in China pp. 71-92 Downloads
Neha Bairoliya, David Canning, Ray Miller and Akshar Saxena

2017, volume 10, issue C

Adjusting for heterogeneous response thresholds in cross-country comparisons of self-reported health pp. 1-20 Downloads
Teresa Molina
Mature age labour force participation and the life cycle deficit in Australia: 1981–82 to 2009–10 pp. 21-33 Downloads
Jeromey B. Temple, James Rice and Peter F. McDonald
Changes in spending and labor supply in response to a Social Security benefit cut: Evidence from stated choice data pp. 34-50 Downloads
Adeline Delavande and Susann Rohwedder
Redistributive effects of the US pension system among individuals with different life expectancy pp. 51-74 Downloads
Miguel Sanchez-Romero and Alexia Prskawetz
Early coverage expansions under the Affordable Care Act and Supplemental Security Income participation pp. 75-83 Downloads
Pinka Chatterji and Yue Li

2017, volume 9, issue C

Retirement incentives and couple’s retirement decisions in Brazil pp. 1-13 Downloads
Bernardo L. Queiroz and Laeticia R. Souza
Too old to work, too young to retire? pp. 14-29 Downloads
Andrea Ichino, Guido Schwerdt, Rudolf Winter-Ebmer and Josef Zweimüller
Assessing the demand for micropensions among India’s poor pp. 30-40 Downloads
Olivia Mitchell and Anita Mukherjee
The division of inter-vivos parental transfers in Europe pp. 41-51 Downloads
Javier Olivera
The dynamics of physical and mental health in the older population pp. 52-62 Downloads
Julius Ohrnberger, Eleonora Fichera and Matt Sutton
Dutch long-term care use in an ageing population pp. 63-70 Downloads
Evelien Eggink, Michiel Ras and Isolde Woittiez
Hiring older workers: The case of Portugal pp. 71-77 Downloads
Maria Teresa Garcia, Elsa Fontainha and José Passos
‘Gerontogrowth’ and population ageing in Africa and the Global AgeWatch Index pp. 78-89 Downloads
António A. da Silva Francisco
Representativeness of the low-income population in the Health and Retirement Study pp. 90-99 Downloads
Erik Meijer and Lynn A. Karoly
Diabetes and labor market exits: Evidence from the Health & Retirement Study (HRS) pp. 100-110 Downloads
Pinka Chatterji, Heesoo Joo and Kajal Lahiri
Designing cash transfer programs for an older population: The Mexican case pp. 111-121 Downloads
Emma Aguila, Arie Kapteyn and Caroline Tassot
Reporting error in weight and height among older adults: Implications for estimating healthcare costs pp. 122-144 Downloads
John Cawley, Johanna Maclean and Asia Sikora Kessler
Aging, social security design, and capital accumulation pp. 145-155 Downloads
Antoine Dedry, Harun Onder and Pierre Pestieau
Health spending in Japan: Macro-fiscal implications and reform options pp. 156-171 Downloads
Masahiro Nozaki, Kenichiro Kashiwase and Ikuo Saito
The asset cost of poor health pp. 172-184 Downloads
James M. Poterba, Steven Venti and David A. Wise
Accounting for the bias against the life-cycle hypothesis in survey data: An example for Russia pp. 185-207 Downloads
Maurizio Bussolo, Simone Schotte and Mikhail Matytsin
The Money’s Worth of annuities in the UK between 2006 and 2014 pp. 208-218 Downloads
Matteo Aquilina, Robert Baker and Tommaso Majer
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