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by David A. Wise

eBook Topics in the Economics of Aging (National Bureau of Economic Research Project Report) ePub
Author: David A. Wise
Language: English
ISBN: 0226902986
ISBN13: 978-0226902982
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (June 17, 1992)
Pages: 326
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Topics in the Economics of Aging. NBER Program(s):AG, HC, HE, PE. More information on purchasing this book 315 pp. pages ISBN: 0-226-90298-6. Front matter: (p. -11 - -4) (bibliographic info) (download). Acknowledgments: (p. -1) (bibliographic info) (download).

Discover more publications, questions and projects in DAVID. January 2016 · Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. Discoveries in the Economics of Aging. By David A. Wise (e. Discoveries in the Economics of Aging January 2016 · Journal of Pension Economics and Finance. Loretti Isabella Dobrescu. Volume 15 Issue 1 - Loretti Isabella Dobrescu.

Start by marking Issues in the Economics of Aging. as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This companion volume to The Economics of Aging (1989) examines the economic consequences of an increasingly older population, focusing on the housing and living arrangements of the elderly, as well as their labor force participation and retirement.

Some of the issues analyzed within these topics are the implications of rising personal retirement saving in recent years, how health and health insurance affect labor supply, and the effects of pensions on the distribution of wealth. David Wise's lucid introduction provides an overview of each paper.

David A. Wise is the John F. Stambaugh Professor of Political Economy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard . Stambaugh Professor of Political Economy at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Hardcover: 384 pages.

The baby boom generation's entry into old age has led to an unprecedented increase in the elderly population.

may help to answer these questions.

The NBER is well known for providing start and end dates for recessions in the United States.

The original essays and commentary in this volume—the third in a series reporting the results of the NBER Economics of Aging Program—address issues that are of particular importance to the well-being of individuals as they age and to a society at large that is composed increasingly of older persons. The contributors examine social security reform, including an analysis of the Japanese system; present the startling finding that the vast majority of people choose the wrong accumulation strategies for their pension plans; explore the continuing consequences of the decline in support of parents by children in the postwar period; investigate the relation between nursing home stays and the source of payment for the care; and offer initial findings on the implications of differences between developed and developing countries for understanding aging issues and determining appropriate directions for research.
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