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NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH

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Institute for Fiscal Studies
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NBER Working Papers and Publications

March 2016House Price Volatility and the Housing Ladder
with James Banks, Richard Blundell, James P. Smith
in Insights in the Economics of Aging, David A. Wise, editor
June 2015House Price Volatility and the Housing Ladder
with James Banks, Richard Blundell, James P. Smith: w21255
August 2011Childhood Health and Differences in Late-Life Health Outcomes between England and the United States
with James Banks, James P. Smith
in Investigations in the Economics of Aging, David A. Wise, editor
May 2011Childhood Health and Differences in Late-Life Health Outcomes Between England and the United States
with James Banks, James P. Smith: w17096
February 2010Housing Price Volatility and Downsizing in Later Life
with James Banks, Richard Blundell, James P. Smith
in Research Findings in the Economics of Aging, David A. Wise, editor
March 2009The SES Health Gradient on Both Sides of the Atlantic
with James Banks, Michael Marmot, James P. Smith
in Developments in the Economics of Aging, David A. Wise, editor
October 2007Housing Price Volatility and Downsizing in Later Life
with James Banks, Richard Blundell, James P. Smith: w13496
November 2006The SES Health Gradient on Both Sides of the Atlantic
with James Banks, Michael Marmot, James P. Smith: w12674

Published: Wise, David A. (ed.) Developments in the Economics of Aging, A National Bureau of Economic Research Conference Report. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2009.

 
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