NIA Workshops on Cross-National Issues in Aging
441 Eggers Hall, Thursdays; 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
(unless otherwise indicated)
These workshops are an activity of the Center for Demography and Economics of Aging, which is funded by National Institute on Aging Grant No. P20-AG12837.
- September 1. Organizational Meeting. "Update on Aging Research Initiatives at Syracuse."
- September 8. James McNally (Syracuse University). "Measuring Parental Availability: Indirect Estimation of the Pattern of Parental Mortality."
- September 15. Richard V. Burkhauser, Barbara Butrica, and Michael Wasylenko (Syracuse University). "Mobility Patterns of Older Homeowners: Are Older Homeowners Trapped in Distressed Neighborhoods?"
- September 22. Jan Ondrich (Syracuse University). "Divorce and Labor Force Participation."
- September 29. Douglas Wolf (Syracuse University). "Family Care for Elderly Parents: Findings from the AHEAD."
- October 5. Thomas Dunn (Syracuse University). "The Importance of Intergenerational Income Transfers on the Economic Well-Being of Older Persons."
- October 13. Ed Wolff (New York University). "Recent Trends in Wealth Inequality."
- October 20. Elizabeth Peters (Cornell University). "Tax Credits, Labor Supply, and Child Care."
- October 25 (Tuesday)* Stan Panis (RAND Corporation). "The Effects of the Rostenkowski Amendments on Social Security Income Transfers."
- November 3. Stephen Jenkins (University of Essex). "Issues in Income Inequality"
- November 9 (Wednesday). Assata Zerai (Syracuse University). "A Life Course Analysis of Infertility in a Nigerian Community."
- November 17. Kathleen McGarry (UCLA). "Comparison of Transfers across Cohorts Using HRS and AHEAD."
- November 24. No Seminar - Thanksgiving.
- December 1. Kathryn Anderson (Vanderbilt University). "Employment and Service Provision Outcomes from a Controlled Experiment of a Multi-Disciplinary Case Management Intervention for a Social Security Sample."
- December 6.* Don Cox (Boston College). "Intergenerational Transfers and the Demonstration Effect."
* Workshop is held jointly with the Economics Department and will be held in Eggers 112.