Disability, Earnings, Income and Consumption
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This research was supported by the U.S. Social Security Administration through grant #10-M-98363-1-01 to the National Bureau of Economic Research as part of the SSA Retirement Research Consortium. The findings and conclusions expressed are solely those of the authors and do not represent the views of SSA, any agency of the Federal Government, or the NBER. We would like to thank Sasha Achen, David Autor, Richard Burkhauser, Kerwin Charles, Paul Gao, Luojia Hu, Austin Nichols, James Poterba, Harvey Rosen, Zahra Siddique, Christopher Taber, Sergio Urzúa, Burton Weisbrod, Laura Wherry, April Wu, Martin Zelder and seminar participants at NBER Summer Institute, Northwestern University, the University of Chicago, the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, the University of British Columbia, Stockholm University, the Stockholm School of Economics, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, the Institute for Research on Poverty, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, the Guanghua School of Management of Peking University, and the Association for Public Policy and Management meetings for helpful comments. We also thank Mark Aguiar and Erik Hurst for useful programs and CSFII data.