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James Banks, Director

James Banks is professor of economics at the University of Manchester and deputy research director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (UK). His research focuses on empirical models of household spending behavior, intertemporal consumption patterns, savings, pensions, retirement, and household asset holding.

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David M. Cutler, Director

David Cutler is the Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics at Harvard University. His research interests include the determinants of health status and longevity, the economics of health care delivery, and health policy.

Supported by the National Institutes of Health grant #R24AG048059 and the National Institute on Aging grant #R24AG048059

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