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NIA Workshops on Cross-National Issues in Aging

Fall 1997

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 4. Diane Macunovich (Syracuse University). "An Introduction to My Research."
  • September 11. Andrew Houtenville (Syracuse University). "Can States Become 'Elderly Magnets'? New Evidence Using State-to-State Migration Flows."
  • September 18. Seth Sanders (Carnegie-Mellon University). "The Impact of Economic Conditions on Participation in Disability Programs: Evidence from the Coal Boom and Bust."
  • September 25. Amy D. Crews (Syracuse University). "Changes in Economic Well-Being and Income Distribution in the 1980s: Different Measures, Different Outcomes."
  • October 2. Madonna Harrington Meyer (Syracuse University). "Marriage, Work, and Health Insurance among Mature Women."
  • October 9. Karen Bandeen-Roche (Johns Hopkins University). "New Quantitative Methods for the Study of Changing Health in Older Adults."
  • October 16. Barbara Butrica (Syracuse University). "Economic Consequences of Marital Separation: A Comparison of Germany and the United States."
  • October 23. Arie Kapteyn (Tilburg University, The Netherlands). "Explaining the Wealth Holding of Different Cohorts: Productivity Growth and Social Security."
  • October 30. Mary C. Daly (Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco). "Changing Family Behavior and the United States' Income Distribution."
  • November 6. William Clark (UCLA). "Becoming a Homeowner in Germany: Some Comparisons with the United States."
  • November 13. Stephens Jenkins (University of Essex). "New Men and New Women? A Comparison of Panel Work Prerequisites from a Data Perspective."
  • November 20. Christine Bishop (Brandeis University). "An Economist Looks at Home Care."
  • November 27. No Seminar - Thanksgiving.
  • December 4. Douglas Holtz-Eakin (Syracuse University). "Economic Incidence of Medicare Finance Reform."