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NBER Digest - Previous Issues

2005

  • Social Security and Early Retirement
  • Effects of Rising Health Insurance Premiums
  • Why Obesity Lowers Wages
  • Medicaid and the Long-Term Care Insurance Market
  • The Effect of Newer Drugs on Survival
  • The Measurement and Evolution of Health Inequality
  • Do Federal Government Trust Funds Raise National Saving?
  • How Insurance Affects Hospital Care of Accident Victims
  • The Effect of Price Controls on Pharmaceutical Research
  • Smoking, Drinking, and Drug Use Respond to Price Changes
  • Bulls, Bears, and Retirement Behavior

    2004

  • Do Hospital Report Cards Matter?
  • Increasing Retirement Account Participation
  • Retirement and the Evolution of Pension Structure
  • Long-Term Care Insurance and Nursing Home Use
  • Advance Directives and Medical Care at the End of Life

    2003

  • Is Manual Labor Bad for Your Health?
  • Social Security Causes Earlier Retirement
  • Lower Social Security Benefits Reduced Mortality
  • The Purchase of Company Stock in 401(k) Plans
  • Public Disability Insurance and Private Health Insurance

    2002

  • Social Insurance Programs Have Large Labor Supply Effects
  • The Retirement Effects of Canada's Income Security Programs
  • 401(k) Plans Raise Total Saving
  • The Path of Least Resistance in 401(k) Plans
  • Does Social Security Redistribute to Low Income Groups?
  • Why do Death Rates Decline?
  • Aging and Housing Equity
  • Incomes and Mortality Patterns

    2000

  • Choice, Chance, and Wealth Dispersion at Retirement
  • An Investment-Based Social Security System Can Benefit Low-Income Groups
  • Social Security Does Not Redistribute Income
  • Social Security Reform Can Make Things Worse


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