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Maxwell School

NIA Workshops on Cross-National Issues in Aging

Fall 1996

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 5. Peter Saunders (University of New South Wales). "Income Distribution, Poverty and Health in Australia."
  • September 12. Richard Ippolito (Pension Guaranty Corporation). "Low Discounters as High Quality Workers."
  • September 19. J.S. Butler (Syracuse University). "Labor Supply and Wages among Nuclear and Extended Households: The Surinamese Experiment."
  • September 26. Douglas Wolf (Syracuse University). "Time? Money? Both? The Allocation of Resources to Elderly Parents."
  • October 3. Douglas Ewbank (University of Pennsylvania). "Modeling Observable and Unobservable Heterogeneity in the Risk of Alzheimer's Disease and Ischemic Heart Disease."
  • October 17. James Reschovsky (Center for Studying Health System Change). "The Roles of Medicaid and Economic Factors in the Demand for Nursing Home Care."
  • October 31. John Phillips (Syracuse University). "The Concentration of Transferable Asset Holdings by the Oldest Old."
  • November7. Jennifer Hunt (Yale University). "Wage Mobility in the United States."
  • November 14. Emanuel Jiminez (World Bank). "Coping with Apartheid: Interhousehold Transfers and the Elderly in South Africa."
  • November 21. Jutta Joesch (University of Washington). "The Demand for Child Care: A Double-Hurdle Approach."
  • November 28. No Seminar - Thanksgiving.
  • December 5. Donald Kenkel (Cornell University). "Are Alcoholics in Bad Jobs?