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"How Do The Better Educated Do It? Socioeconomic Status and Ability to Cope with Underlying Impairment," forthcoming in D. Wise, ed., Developments in the Economics of Aging, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2009 (with Mary Beth Landrum and Kate Stewart).

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. in Developments in the Economics of Aging, Wise. 2009

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