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How Do The Better Educated Do It? Socioeconomic Status and the Ability to Cope With Underlying Impairment

David M. Cutler, Mary Beth Landrum, Kate A. Stewart

Chapter in NBER book Developments in the Economics of Aging (2009), David A. Wise, editor (p. 203 - 248)
Conference held May 2005
Published in March 2009 by University of Chicago Press
© 2009 by the National Bureau of Economic Research
in NBER Book Series - The Economics of Aging

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This chapter first appeared as NBER working paper w12040, How Do the Better Educated Do It? Socioeconomic Status and the Ability to Cope with Underlying Impairment, David M. Cutler, Mary Beth Landrum, Kate A. Stewart
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