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Issues in the Economics of Aging

David Wise ()

in NBER Books from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

Date: 1990
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Chapters in this book:

Overview , pp 1-12 Downloads
David Wise
But They Don't Want to Reduce Housing Equity , pp 13-32 Downloads
Steven Venti and David Wise
The Dynamics of Housing Demand by the Elderly: User Cost Effects , pp 33-88 Downloads
Chunrong Ai, Jonathan Feinstein, Daniel McFadden and Henry Pollakowski
A Dynamic Analysis of Household Dissolution and Living Arrangement Transitions by Elderly Americans , pp 89-120 Downloads
Axel Borsch-Supan
The American Way of Aging: An Event History Analysis , pp 121-148 Downloads
David T. Ellwood and Thomas J. Kane
Why Don't the Elderly Live with Their Children? A New Look , pp 149-172 Downloads
Laurence Kotlikoff and John N. Morris
Predicting Nursing Home Utilization among the High-Risk Elderly , pp 173-204 Downloads
Alan M. Garber and Thomas E. MaCurdy
The Pension Inducement to Retire: An Option Value Analysis , pp 205-230 Downloads
James Stock and David Wise
The Joint Retirement Decision of Husbands and Wives , pp 231-258 Downloads
Michael Hurd
How Do the Elderly Form Expectations? An Analysis of Responses to New Information , pp 259-286 Downloads
B. Douglas Bernheim
Adjusting to an Aging Labor Force , pp 287-316 Downloads
Edward Lazear
Behavior of Male Workers at the End of the Life Cycle: An Empirical Analysis of States and Controls , pp 317-382 Downloads
John Rust

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