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Asset and Health Dynamics Among the Oldest Old [series]

The Asset and Health Dynamics Among the Oldest Old (AHEAD) series contains a program proposal and description, comparisons to the HRS study and Longitudinal Study of Aging 2, and material from both the Wave 1 and 2 implementations of the survey, which were undertaken in 1994 and 1995, respectively.

Box   1  
Asset Corrections in AHEAD 1993 2004
Box   1  
Comparison of AHEAD and HRS 1996
Box   1  
Distributions for Modules 2 and 9 by Age and Sex 1995
Box   1  
Longitudinal Study of Aging 2 -- AHEAD Comparison 1996
Box   1  
Program Description 1994
Box   1  
Proposal 1994
 
Wave 1
Box   1  
Codebook 1994 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Master Files 1994 (4 folders)
 
Wave 2
Box   1  
Assets and Income Section 1995
Box   1  
Computer Program 1995
Box   1  
Coversheet Management Issues 1995
Box   1  
Draft Correspondence 1995
Box   1  
Economic Content Modules 1995
Box   1  
Exit Proxy 1995-1996
Box   1  
Field Procedures 1995
Box   1  
Health and Cognition Modules 1995
Box   1  
Institutional Interview 1995-1996
Box   1  
Manual 1995
Box   1  
Miscellaneous 1995 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Module Suggestions 1995
Box   1  
Pretest 1 1995
Box   1  
Pretest 2 1995 (2 folders)
Box   1  
Schedule/Administrative Issues 1995
 
Biographical [series]

The Biographical series contains Juster's curriculum vita from 2001 and three photographs showing Juster at events, including one group and two candid photographs.

Box   2  
Curriculum Vita 2001
 
Correspondence [series]

The Correspondence series includes incoming and outgoing correspondence arranged chronologically from 1992-1998 during the early years of the HRS and AHEAD studies. Most of the material comprising this series concerns these studies, although there is also correspondence related to the Institute for Social Research.

Box   2  
1992 (12 folders)
Box   2  
1993 (12 folders)
Box   2  
1994 (5 folders)
Box   3  
1994 (7 folders)
Box   3  
1995 (12 folders)
Box   3  
1996 (11 folders)
Box   3  
1997 (7 folders)
Box   3  
1998 (6 folders)
 
Health and Retirement Study [series]

The Health and Retirement Study series contains a wide variety of records relating to the planning, implementation, and results of the study, which aimed to gain further insight into retirement, pensions, and the relationship between health and economic status among the elderly. This includes correspondence between those involved in the project, proposals, and papers written about the study. Also included are survey portions and administrative material for the 1992 (Wave 1), 1994 (Wave 2), 1996 (Wave 3), 1998, and 2000 surveys.

 
Study 1998
Box   3  
Content Recommendations 1997
Box   3  
Disability 1997
Box   3  
Endgame Data 1999
Box   3  
Exit Proxy 1998
Box   3  
Pretest 1 1997
Box   3  
Questionnaire 2001 (4 folders)
Box   3  
Recommendations 1996-1997
Box   3  
Testing 1997-1998
Box   3  
Timeline and Administrative 1997
 
Study 2000
Box   3  
Life Insurance 1999
Box   3  
Questionnaire 1999
Box   4  
Mail Survey 2001
Box   4  
Activities Module 1996
Box   4  
Analysis Ideas 1995
Box   4  
Assets and Income Sections 2000-2006 (2 folders)
Box   4  
Bracketing Technology 1994
Box   4  
Budget Information 1994-1995
Box   4  
Childhood Questions 1997
Box   4  
Early Results Workshop 1993
Box   4  
Economic Measures Working Group 1994
Box   4  
Enhancing the Research and Policy Value of Administrative Linkages in the HRS undated
Box   4  
Exit Questionnaires 1998-2000
Box   4  
Experimental Modules 1997
Box   4  
Family Booklet 1992
Box   4  
Family Structure and Transfers Working Group 1996
Box   4  
Field Progress Reports 1995
Box   4  
Functional Budgets 1992-1994
Box   4  
Health and Demographic Measurement Working Group 1995
Box   4  
History and Overview 2000

(From Research Highlights, Issue #7)

Box   4  
Imputation Problems 2000
Box   4  
Instrument Modules 2000
Box   4  
Labor Force Working Group 1996
Box   4  
Memorandum of Understanding, Use of Social Security Administration Administrative Records in the Health and Retirement Survey 1993-1996
Box   4  
Miscellaneous 1993-2006
Box   4  
Module Requests 2002
Box   4  
Module Suggestions 1996-1997
Box   4  
Newsletters 1999-2001
 
Papers
Box   4  
Construction of the Earnings and Benefits File (EBF) for Use with the Health and Retirement Survey 1996

(by Olivia Mitchell, Jan Olson, and Thomas Steinmeier)

Box   4  
How Complete are HRS Work Histories? 2007

(by Alan Gustman and Nahid Tabatabai)

Box   4  
HRS Wave I Imputation Procedures undated

(by Steven Heeringa and Judith H. Connor)

Box   4  
Unfolding Brackets for Reducing Item Nonresponse in Economic Surveys 1995

(by Steven G. Heeringa, Daniel H. Hill, and David A. Howell)

Box   4  
Planning Process Working Group 1995
Box   4  
Policy Briefs 1995
Box   4  
Presentation, circa 2000
Box   4  
Proposal 1990
 
Report to Respondents
Box   4  
1992-1996
Box   4  
1997-1998
Box   4  
Riders 1997
Box   4  
Steering Committee 2001
Box   4  
Study of Health, Retirement, and Aging Brochure, circa 1997
Box   4  
Testing of CATI/CAPI Application 1994
Box   4  
Two-Minute Interview 1997-1998
Box   4  
Volunteer Activity 1997
 
Wave 1
Box   4  
Assets and Income Sections 1992
Box   4  
Item Missing Data Imputation 1993
Box   4  
Modules 1992
Box   5  
Wave 2
Box   5  
Codebook 1994
Box   5  
"Data Out" Problems 1994
Box   5  
Family Structure 1993
Box   5  
Housing 1993
Box   5  
Miscellaneous Correspondence 1993-1994
Box   5  
Project Manual 1994 (3 folders)
Box   5  
Suggestions 1993
 
Wave 3
Box   5  
Assets and Income Section, circa 1996
Box   5  
Content Recommendations 1995-1996
Box   5  
Exit Proxy 1996
Box   5  
Health Insurance 1996
Box   5  
Miscellaneous 1996-1997
Box   5  
Modules 1996
Box   5  
Pension Mini-Pretest 1995-1996
Box   5  
Pretest 1 1995
Box   5  
Pretest 2, circa 1995
Box   5  
Pretest 3 1996
Box   5  
Question Objectives, circa 1996
Box   5  
Response Rates 1996-1997
Box   5  
Schedule and Administrative Issues 1996
Box   5  
Work History
 
Years 6-10
Box   5  
Competing Renewal 1994
Box   5  
Proposal 1994
 
Years 11-16
Box   5  
Competing Renewal Proposal, circa 1999
Box   5  
Renewal Budget 1998
 
Michigan Retirement Research Center [series]

The Michigan Retirement Research Center series includes proposals for the Center, progress reports, newsletters, and working papers. The Michigan Retirement Research Center was established to conduct research on the Social Security system, its long-term solvency, and efforts to reform the system. It was founded as one of three multidisciplinary centers comprising the Retirement Research Consortium with funding from the Social Security Administration and is housed at the University of Michigan.

Box   5  
Conference Call Notes 2001
Box   5  
Five-Year Proposal 2003
Box   5  
Newsletters 2000-2001
Box   5  
Priority Research Memo 2005
Box   5  
Proposals 1999
Box   5  
Quarterly Progress Reports 2000-2002 (6 folders)
 
Working Papers
Box   5  
Alternative Measures of Replacement Rates 2006

(by Michael D. Hurd and Susann Rohwedder)

Box   5  
Changes in Consumption and Activities in Retirement 2005

(by Michael D. Hurd and Susann Rohwedder)

Box   5  
Consumption and Economic Well-Being at Older Ages: Income-and Consumption-Based Poverty Measures in the HRS 2006

(by Michael D. Hurd and Susann Rohwedder)

Box   5  
Correcting Second Home Equity in HRS/AHEAD: The Issues, a Method, and Some Preliminary Results 2004
Box   5  
The Effect of Unfolding Brackets on the Quality of Wealth Data in HRS 2005
Box   5  
Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income and Wealth 2005
Box   6  
Ensuring Time-Series Consistency in Estimates of Income and Wealth 2002
Box   6  
How do Immigrants Fare in Retirement? 2007

(by Purvi Sevak and Lucie Schmidt)

Box   6  
Labor Market Status and Transitions During the Pre-Retirement Years: Learning from International Differences 2007

(by Arie Kapteyn, James P. Smith, and Arthur van Soest)

Box   6  
The Retirement-Consumption Puzzle: Anticipated and Actual Declines in Spending at Retirement 2004

(by Michael D. Hurd and Susann Rohwedder)

Box   6  
Year 4 Continuation Proposal 1998 (2 folders)
 
Testimony [series]

The Testimony series contains transcripts of Juster's testimony concerning economic issues before Congress and the Michigan legislature, mostly from the 1970s and 1980s.

Box   6  
The Economic Impact of General Revenue Sharing 1975

(House Subcommittee Hearings on General Revenue Sharing)

Box   6  
The Economic and Political Impact of General Revenue Sharing 1975

(House Budget Committee Task Force Hearings on General Revenue Sharing)

Box   6  
Inflationary Expectations: Some Characteristics and Relation to Behavior 1979

(House Budget Committee Task Force on Inflation)

Box   6  
Statement from 3rd Annual Meeting on Economic Conditions, Michigan State Senate 1977
Box   6  
Statement to the Joint Economic Committee on Quality of Economic Statistics 1986
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Statement Prepared for Democratic Policy Committee, U.S. Senate 1981
Box   6  
Statement Prepared for HUD and Independent Agencies Subcommittee, Committee on Appropriations 1981
Box   6  
Statement Prepared for Labor and Human Resources Subcommittee on Appropriations, House of Representatives 1981
Box   6  
Statement for Special Study on Economic Change of the Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress 1974
Box   6  
Statement before the U. S. Senate Committee on the Budget 1979
Box   6  
Stock Prices and Consumer Spending: An Appraisal of the Great Crash 1988

(Statement prepared for the Joint Economic Committee's Hearings on the Economic Outlook)

Box   6  
Testimony before the Joint Economic Committee 1973
Box   6  
Testimony before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 1991-1992
Box   6  
Testimony Prepared for Hearings of the House Budget Committee 1980
Box   6  
Testimony to Special Study on Economic Change Regarding Inflation and Consumer Behavior 1978
 
Topical [series]

The Topical series includes an assortment of material arranged by topic. Prominent in this series are records relating to the Institute for Social Research's 50th Anniversary, Juster's participation in a research consortium under the auspices of the National Planning Association and National Science Foundation, and his proposals and grant applications.

Box   6  
1975-1981Time Use Longitudinal Panel Study 1983
Box   6  
1993-1994 University Senior Research Scientist Lecture Program, 1994 1993-1994
Box   6  
American Economic Association Committee on the Quality of Economic Statistics 1986-1989
Box   6  
Analysis of Retirement Security Issues Using Simulation Models 1981-1982
Box   6  
Behavioral Science Programs Funding 1982
Box   6  
China Disaggregated Data Bank Project 1991-1992
Box   6  
Correspondence on National Issues 1981-1992
 
Institute for Social Research
Box   6  
Fall Omnibus 1975
Box   6  
50th Anniversary 1997-1998 (2 folders)
Box   6  
Miscellaneous Correspondence 1984-1986, 2000s
Box   6  
Longitudinal Retirement History Survey 1987
Box   6  
Minority Female Single Parent Program 1986
Box   6  
National Academy of Sciences Panel on a Research Agenda and New Data for an Aging World 1999-2000
 
National Planning Association/National Science Foundation Consortium
Box   6  
Cooperative Research in Goals Accounting: An Overview of a Research Proposal 1977
 
Correspondence
Box   6  
1973-1975
Box   6  
1976-1980
Box   6  
General 1976-1980
Box   6  
National Science Foundation Review Panel's Reviews of Goals Accounting Consortium 1980
Box   6  
Renewal Proposal for Continuation of Account 1978
Box   6  
Satisfaction of Human Wants: Resource Uses, Indicators of Accomplishment and Analysis of Alternative Possibilities of Achievement. An Accounting Framework for the Quality of Life 1975

(Research Consortium Proposal)

Box   6  
University of Michigan Consortium Proposal 1977-1982, 1977
Box   6  
New York Magazine 1976
 
Proposals/Grant Applications
Box   6  
Appendices to a Proposal to the National Science Foundation for Support of a 1984-1985 Study of Time Allocation Among American Householders, 1983 1983-1985
Box   6  
A Continuation Proposal on a National Survey of the Impact of General Revenue Sharing on State and Local Government 1975
Box   6  
Economic and Psychological Costs and Benefits of Work 1975
Box   6  
Establishment of an Experimental Household Survey Panel Oriented to Public to Policy Issues 1973
Box   6  
Experimental Household Survey Panel Oriented to Public to Policy Issues 1973 (3 folders)
Box   7  
Influence of Family and School Environments on the Cognitive and Social Development of Young Children 1986-1987

(A Proposal to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development)

Box   7  
Integrating the Household Sector into a System of National Goals Accounting 1975
Box   7  
A Longitudinal Study of the Relation between School Outputs and Schooling Inputs 1974
Box   7  
The Measurement and Modeling of Household Consumption and Saving Behavior: An Experimental Approach 1974
Box   7  
Private Sector Development 1984
Box   7  
A Proposal to Evaluate the Effects of Federal Revenue Sharing 1974
Box   7  
A Proposal for an Experimental Labor Supply Module on the PSID 1996
Box   7  
Time Use Microdata and Analysis of Unemployment, Income Supplements, and Job Search 1975
Box   7  
Wealth, Savings, and Financial Security Among Older Households 1995
Box   7  
Social Science Funding Issues 1995
 
Speeches
Box   7  
Economic Indicators and the Current Business Situation 1970

(Talk before the New York Security Analysts)

Box   7  
Survey of Consumer Attitudes Committee 1998-1999
Box   7  
Working Group on Social Knowledge-Producing Institutions 1985
 
Writings [series]

The Writings series includes a largely complete collection of Juster's published writings, for academic journals and conferences, as well as Institute for Social Research working papers. The writings are arranged alphabetically.

 
General
Box   7  
The 1989 Survey of Consumer Finances: A Survey Design for Wealth Estimation, 1992 1989-1992
Box   7  
Access to Research Data: Opportunities, Responsibilities, and Costs 1986
Box   7  
Agenda for Future Research: The Measurement of Social and Economic Performance 1970
Box   7  
The Allocation of Time: Empirical Findings, Behavioral Models, and Problems of Measurement 1991
Box   7  
Alternatives to GNP as a Measure of Economic Progress 1976
Box   7  
An Analysis of Ex-Ante Savings Data: Some Preliminary Results 1971
Box   7  
Anticipations of Purchases of Consumer Durables 1968
Box   7  
Anticipatory and Objective Models of Durable Goods De 1970-1972
Box   7  
Article on Health and Retirement Survey in The Encyclopedia of Aging 1994-1995
Box   7  
Article on Income for Encyclopedia of Economics 1979
Box   7  
An Assessment of Alternative Measures of Time Use 2003
Box   7  
Asset Corrections in AHEAD 1993, 2005
Box   7  
Basic Research, Productivity, and the Federal Budget 1981
Box   7  
Bubbles in the Melting Pot: Ethnicity, Stereotyping and Discrimination 1978
Box   7  
Categories of Wants and the Indicators of their Achievement for Use in Goals Accounting Research on Quality of Life 1976
Box   7  
Changes over the Decades in Time Spent at Work and Leisure: An Assessment of Conflicting Evidence 1992
Box   7  
Changes in Wealth in the U.S. over the Past Decade 1992
Box   7  
Changes in Work, Leisure, and Well-Being for Men and Women 1985
Box   7  
Changing Times of American Youth: Now and Looking Back Twenty Years 2004
Box   7  
Comments on "The Concept and Measurement of Product Quality 1976
Box   7  
Comments on "The Federal Statistical System's Response to Emerging Data Needs" by Jack E. Triplett 1990-1991
Box   7  
Conceptualizing and Measuring the Generation and Distribution of Well-Being, World Congress of Sociology, Mexico City 1982
Box   7  
Consumer Anticipations Surveys: A Summary of U.S, Postwar Experience 1969
Box   7  
Consumer Awareness of Interest Rates 1974
Box   7  
Consumer Buying Intentions and Purchase Probability: An Experiment in Survey Design 1965
Box   7  
Consumer Sensitivity to Finance Rates: An Empirical and Analytical Investigation 1963
Box   7  
Consumer Sensitivity to the Price of Credit 1964
Box   7  
Consumer Spending Prospects 1979
Box   7  
Consumer Spending Prospects for 1985, 1984
Box   7  
Consumer Spending and Psychology 1987
Box   7  
The Consumption Outlook for 1975
Box   7  
The Consumption Outlook for 1976, 1975
Box   7  
Consumption Prospects, circa 1978
Box   7  
Correcting Second Home Equity in HRS/AHEAD: The Issues, a Method, and some Preliminary Results 2004
Box   7  
Dealing with Inflation: Price Alternatives 1980
Box   7  
The Decline in Household Saving and the Wealth Effect 2004
Box   7  
Differences in the Measurement of Wealth, Wealth Inequality and Wealth Composition Obtained from the Alternative U.S. Wealth Surveys 1990
Box   7  
The Digital Divide Among Children: Closing or Widening at the Turn of the Decade? 2004
Box   7  
The Distribution of Economic Well-Being Introduction 1977
Box   7  
The Distribution of Wealth in the U.S. Economy: Part 1 undated
Box   7  
The Distribution of Well-Being Among Households 1985
Box   7  
The Economy and Consumer Spending 1973
Box   7  
Economic Microdatabases 2000
Box   7  
The Economics and Politics of the Supply-Side View 1987
Box   7  
Economic Psychology: Evaluation and Prospects 1981
Box   7  
Education, Income, and Human Behavior: Introduction and Summary undated
Box   7  
Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income: Recent Innovations from the HRS 2001
Box   7  
Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income and Wealth undated
Box   7  
Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income: Recent Developments in Survey Methodology 1999
Box   7  
Enhancing the Quality of Data on Income and Wealth: Recent Developments in Survey Methodology 1998
Box   7  
Enhancing Data Quality Through Longitudinal Imputations: Studies of the Income and Asset Data from HRS and AHEAD undated
Box   7  
An Evaluation of the Recent Record in Short-Term Forecasting 1971
Box   7  
Ex-Ante Household Savings Data: Some Preliminary Results 1971
Box   7  
An Expectational View of Consumer Spending Prospects 1981
Box   7  
An Experiment in Data Collection: Use of Financial Records 1977
Box   7  
Exploring the Changing Nature of U.S. Stock Market Participation 1994-1999, 2004
Box   7  
Factors Affecting Household Saving Behavior: An Introductory Analysis 1990
Box   7  
"Fairness" and Social Policy 1984

(pages 11 and 12 missing)

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Federal Policy on Statistics: An Academic View 1988
Box   7  
The Fiscal Impact of General Revenue Sharing: A Summary Statement 1977
Box   7  
A Framework for the Measurement of Economic and Social Performance 1973
Box   7  
Goods, Time and Well-Being: The Joint Dependence Problem 1980
Box   7  
Going Beyond a Current Income: A Preliminary Appraisal 1976

(from Albert Biderman and Thomas Drury Measuring Work Quality for Social Reporting)

Box   7  
Government Support of Economic Research: An Evaluation 1981
Box   7  
Health and Functioning Measures from the Health and Retirement Survey 1993
Box   7  
Household Capital Formation: Growth, Cyclical Behavior, and Financing 1897-1962, 1965
Box   8  
The Impact of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior on the Economy 1984
Box   8  
The Impact of Technological Change on Time Use and Household Production 1975
Box   8  
Impacts of Changes in Methods and Technology on Social Science Research 1983
Box   8  
Improving The Quality of Economic Data: Lessons from the HRS and AHEAD 1997
Box   8  
Income and Wealth of Older American Households: Modeling Issues for Public Policy Analysis 1994
Box   8  
Inflation and the Consumer 1972
Box   8  
Inflation and Consumer Behavior: Changing Responses to Changing Perceptions 1981

(Nikkei Kyutsu Shimbun Commemorative Lecture, Tokyo)

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Inflation and Consumer Saving Behavior 1977
Box   8  
Inflation and Consumer Savings Behavior: Some Time-Series and Cross-Section Results 1975
Box   8  
Inflation in the Decade of the 1980s, 1980
Box   8  
Inflationary Expectations and Consumer Behavior 1979
Box   8  
The Influence of Heterogeneity and Shocks on Modeling Saving Behavior undated
Box   8  
Integrating Stocks and Flows in Quality of Life Research 1983
Box   8  
The Investment of Time by U.S. Households: An Initial View 1979
Box   8  
It's Up to the Consumer Again 1977

(from Ward's Auto World)

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Macroeconomic Insights from a Behavioral Perspective 1984
Box   8  
On the Measurement of Economic and Social Performance 1970
Box   8  
On the Measurement of Expectations, Uncertainty, and Preferences 1997
Box   8  
The Measurement and Structure of Household Wealth 1998
Box   8  
Methodological Developments in the Measurement of Economic Status 1996
Box   8  
Methodology, Data Quality and Interpretation: Some Notes on Consumer Surveys 1976
Box   8  
Microdata, Economic Research, and the Production of Economic Knowledge 1970
Box   8  
Microdata Requirements and Public Policy Designs 1971
Box   8  
Money, Goods and Time: Alternative Ways to Monitor Social Change 1979
Box   8  
New Evidence on Altruism: A Study of TIAA-CREF Retirees 1992-1993
Box   8  
A Note on Categorization of Wants and Indicators 1977
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A Note on Consumer Asset Formation in the United States 1966-1967
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A Note on Differences in Recent Consumer Survey Data 1978
Box   8  
A Note on Distributed Lag Equations and Dummy Variables undated
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A Note on the Measurement of Price Expectations 1978-1979
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A Note on Price Inflation and the Savings Rate 1972

(Brookings Conference on Economic Activity)

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A Note on Prospective 1977 Tax Cuts and Consumer Spending, 1977 1977
Box   8  
A Note on Uncertainty, Expectations and Durable Goods Demand Models 1970
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Notes on "Whither Economics and the NSF Economics Program," undated
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Odds Shifting Towards Recession 1978
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The Outlook for Consumer Spending in 1972 and Beyond, 1972 1972
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Prediction and Consumer Buying Intentions 1960
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The Predictive Value of Consumers Union Spending-Intentions Data 1960
Box   8  
Preference Parameters and Behavioral Heterogeneity: An Experimental Approach in the Health and Retirement Survey 1995
Box   8  
Presentation and Analysis of Comparisons Between Records and Recall Data 1980
Box   8  
Procedures for Correcting Problems in AHEAD 1993 Asset Data 2004
Box   8  
The Psychology of Inflation: Why is Inflation Bad? 1979
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The Racial Digital Divide Among Children: Closing or Widening at the Turn of the Decade 2004
Box   8  
Recent Changes in Work Versus Nonwork Time: Conflicting Evidence 1993
Box   8  
The Recovery Gathers Momentum 1976
Box   8  
Research on Retirement Saving and Investment and Behavior undated
Box   8  
Rethinking Utility Theory 1985
Box   8  
Retirement Security Simulation Study 1982
Box   8  
The Role of Expectations in Economics 1981

(Prepared for Joint Economic Committee, U.S. Congress)

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The Role of Microdata in the Production of Economic Knowledge 1984
Box   8  
The Role of Panel Studies in Research on Economic Behavior 1987
Box   8  
The Saving Behavior of American Families 1984-1989, 1990
Box   8  
Savings Behavior, Uncertainty, and Price Expectations 1974
Box   8  
Savings and Wealth: Then and Now 1997

(Presented at Conference on Health and Retirement, Amsterdam)

Box   8  
The Sensitivity of the Incidence of Poverty to Different Measures of Income: School-Aged Children and Families 1975
Box   8  
Social Indicators and Social Accounts: Outlines of a Comprehensive System for Understanding Social and Economic Change undated
Box   8  
A Social Information System for the Analysis of Well-Being: Theory, Framework, Linkages, and Data Base 1979
Box   8  
Social Science Research in a Conservative Society 1981
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Social Science Research in a Conservative Society: The Impact of the Reagan Budget Cuts 1982
Box   8  
Social Security, Private Saving, and All That 1980
Box   8  
Some Benefits and Costs of Going Beyond Current Income 1974
Box   8  
Some Costs and Non-Money Benefits of Work 1975
Box   8  
Some Experimental Results in Measuring Purchase Probability for Durables, and Some Tentative Explorations of Time-Series Demand Models 1967
Box   8  
Some Interrelationships Among Expectational Variables and Durable Goods Purchases 1962
Box   8  
Some Perspectives on the Study of Time Use undated
Box   8  
The State of U.S. Economic Statistics: Current and Prospective Quality, Policy Needs, and Resources 1988
Box   8  
Survey Design and Data Quality: An Assortment of the Asset and Income Data in the HRS and AHEAD Surveys 2004
Box   8  
A Tax Cut Might do Much for Saving 1981

(from Fortune Magazine)

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Technological Change and Social Science Research 1984
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Time-Series Changes in Wealth Measurement for both HRS and AHEAD 2004
Box   8  
Time Use: Diary and Direct Reports 2001
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Towards a Theory of Saving Behavior 1974
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Trends and Turbulence: Allocations and Dynamics of American Family Portfolios 1984-2001, 2003
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Uncertainty, Expectations, and Durable Goods Demand Models 1971
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The Underground Economy in the United States: A Time-Use Approach 1987
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The Use of Surveys for Policy Research 1974
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The Use of Surveys for Policy Research: A Research Allocation View 1973
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Use of U.S. Economic and Social Data for the Study of Income, Wealth, and Saving 1989
Box   8  
Validity Procedures at the Survey Research Center undated
Box   8  
The Validity and Quality of Time-Use Estimates Obtained from Recall Diaries 1985
Box   8  
Well-Being: Concepts and Measures 2000
Box   8  
What do We Know About Saving Behavior? 1986
Box   8  
What have We Learned from Surveys about Human Behavior? 1987
 
ISR Working Papers
Box   8  
The Allocation of Time: Empirical Findings, Behavioral Models, and Problems of Measurement 1990
Box   8  
Constraints and Complementaries in Time Use 1980
Box   9  
Current and Prospective Financial Status of the Elderly Population 1981
Box   9  
Empirical Findings, Behavioral Models, and Problems of Measurement 1990
Box   9  
Goods, Satisfaction with Activities, and Well-Being: An Exploratory Analysis 1980
Box   9  
Saving, Economic Growth and Economic Policy 1981
Box   9  
Social Accounting and Social Indicators: a Framework for the Analysis of Well-Being 1979
Box   9  
Survey Estimates of Wealth: An Assessment of Quality 1988
Box   9  
The Theory and Measurement of Well-Being: A Suggested Framework for Accounting and Analysis 1980