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.
- January 18. Debra Dwyer (Syracuse University). "Health and Retirement: Early Results from the HRS."
- January 24. Sarah Laditka (SUNY Institute of Technology-Utica). "Individuals' Lifetime Use of Nursing Home Services: A Dynamic Microsimulation Approach."
- February 1. George Alter (Indiana University). "Block Grants and State Spending on the Needy."
- February 11*. Christopher A. Trenholm (University of North Carolina). "The Impact of Prenatal Medicaid Programs on the Health of Newborns."
- February 13* Jeffrey Kubik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). "Is Disability Endogenous? The SSI Disability Program and the Health of Children."
- February 20. Kerwin Charles (University of Michigan). "The Importance of Accommodations on Employment Following the Inset of a Disability."
- February 27. Guillermina Jasso (Columbia University). "The Just Society: Three Theorems on Justice, Inequality, and Democracy."
- March 6. Lawrence M. Kahn (Cornell University). "Against the Wind: Bargaining Recentralization and Wage Inequality on Norway, 1987-1991."
- March 13. Spring Break.
- March 20. Bruce Kennedy (Harvard University). "Income, Inequality, Social Capital and Mortality."
- March 27. Dennis Sullivan (University of Miami, Ohio) and Timothy M. Smeeding (Syracuse University). "All the World's an Entrepreneur: The Changing Role of Self-Employment Income in OECD Countries."
- April 3. William Hoyer (Syracuse University). "The Age of Learning Mechanism."
- April 10. James P. Smith (RAND Corporation). "Inheritances and Bequests."
- April 17. William Duncombe (Syracuse University). "Demand for Service at the State and Local Level by Older Persons."
- April 24. Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Mary Lovely (Syracuse University) "The Importance of the Age Distribution on Voters for the Public Provision of Services."
* Seminar Held Jointly with the Economics Department.