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  • Achdut, L. and D. Biton. (2008). Employment, Standard of Living and Economic Gaps among Persons Aged 50 and Over: Israel in a European Perspective.  Social Security 76: 125-151.
  • Achdut, L. and R. Gharrah. (2008). Work and Retirement among Israelis Aged 50 and Over.  Social Security 76: 43-71.
  • Ahrenfeldt, L., S. Möller, K. Andersen-Ranberg, A. Roll Vitved, R. Lindahl-Jacobsen and N. Hvidt (2017). Religiousness and Health in Europe. European Journal of Epidemiology DOI: 10.1007/s10654-017-0296-1.
  • Amit, K. (2008). The Integration of Immigrants aged 50+: Quality of Life as a Function of Ethnicity, Years Since Immigration, Human, Economic and Social Capital.  Social Security 76: 291-308.
  • Andersen-Ranberg, K. and M. Avendano. (2010). Does Socio- economic Status Predict Grip Strength in Older Europeans? Results from the SHARE Study in Non- Institutionalised Men and Women Aged 50+.  Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 64(9): 829-837. DOI: 10.1136/jech.2009.088476.
  • Ayalon, L. (2008). Cognitive functioning of Israelis fifty years and older.  Social Security 76: 225-245.
  • Börsch-Supan, A., G. Heller and A. Reil-Held. (2011). Is intergenerational cohesion falling apart in Old Europe? .  Public Policy and Aging Report 21(4): 17-21.
  • Brandt, M. and C. Deindl. (2010). Support to older parents in Eastern and Western Europe.  Kakovostna starost [Good quality of old age] 13(1): 26-37.
  • Brugiavini, A., G. Pasini and E. Trevisan. (2013). The direct impact of maternity benefits on leave taking: Evidence from complete fertility histories.  Advances in Life Course Research 18(1): 46-67. DOI: 10.1016/j.alcr.2012.10.003.
  • Buber, I., H. Engelhardt, A. Prskawetz and V. Skirbekk. (2009). Soziales Engagement hält Senioren geistig fit.  Demografische Forschung aus Erster Hand 6(2): 4.
  • Buber, I. and K. Hank. (2007). Was leisten Großeltern heute?.  Demografische Forschung Aus Erster Hand 4(4): 1-2.
  • Cavapozzi, D., E. Trevisan and G. Weber. (2013). Life insurance ivestment and stock market participation in Europe.  Advances in Life Course Research 18(1): 91-106. DOI: 10.1016/j.alcr.2012.10.007.
  • Cullinan, J. and B. Gannon. (2009). Ill-Health and early retirement in Ireland.  Economics of Ageing Bulletin 2/2009: 1-2.
  • Endweld, M. and R. Cohen. (2008). The economic standard of living of the adult population.  Social Security 76: 97-124.
  • Galaso, P., V. de Vera and M.J. Vara. (2013). Redes informales de cuidados en Europa: El papel de las mujeres mayores.  XIX Jornadas Internacionales de Investigación Interdisciplinar.
  • Gannon, B. and R. Raab. (2009). Pension in Ireland.  Economics of Ageing Bulletin 01/2009: 1-3.
  • Gotlibovski, C. and Y. Weiss. (2008). Retirement decisions of married couples.  Social Security 76: 73-96.
  • Hilbrand, S., D. Coall and R. Hertwig. Biological grandparents do invest more: a linear mixed effects reanalysis.  Plos One forthcoming.
  • Holmerová, I. and P. Wija. (2014). Osamělost seniorů - stereotyp nebo realita? Co víme o pocitu osamělostiu starších osob?.  Geriatrie a gerontologie : 1-9 DOI: ISSN 1805-4684.
  • Hüse, L., É. Huszti and P. Takács. (2015). Az idősek szubjektív jólétének elemzése Magyarországon a SHARE adatbázis alapján (Analysis of the Hungarian elder's subjective well-being used on the database of SHARE).  Magyar Gerontológia 7(25): 18-41.
  • Illinca, C. and S. J. Cutler (2018). Self‐Rated Hearing and Self‐Rated Memory II: A Cross‐Sectional Analysis of SHARE Data from 18 European Nations.  Social Work Review 17(4): 127–135
  • Kalbarczyk, M. and A. Nicinska. (2009). Financial and non-financial transfers in the SHARE sample.  Polityka spoleczna 4: 13-23.
  • Kapteyn, A., J. Lee, C. Tassot, H. Vonkova and G. Zamarro. (2015). Dimensions of subjective well-being. Social Indicators Research 123 (3): 625–660 DOI: 10.1007/s11205-014-0753-0.
  • Lewin-Epstein, N. and M. Semyonov. (2008). Home ownership and living conditions among Israelis 50 and older.  Social Security 76: 153-174.
  • Lindeboom, M. and M. Melnychuk (2015). Mental Health and Asset Choices. Annals of Economics and Statistics 119/120: 65-94 DOI: 10.15609/annaeconstat2009.119-120.65.
  • Litwin, H. (2008). Private intergenerational transfers among persons aged 50+: The exchange of time, money and shared housing.  Social Security 76: 247-268.
  • Litwin, H. and E.V. Sapir. (2009). Who can make ends meet? Subjective economical welfare in the elderly in Israel.  Gerontologia 36(1): 45-67.
  • Lyberaki, A., P. Tinios and T. Georgiadis. (2011). Multidisciplinary approach for the welfare of third age through SHARE survey.  Scientific Edition of the Hellenic Society of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2(2): 9-36.
  • Michel, J.-P., A. Cruz-Jentoft and T. Cederholm. (2015). Frailty, excercise and nutrition. Clinics in Geriatric Medicine 31 (3): 375–387 DOI:
  • Nimrod, G. and A. Shrira. (2016). The Paradox of Leisure in Later Life. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 71(1): 106-111. DOI: 10.1093/geronb/gbu143.
  • Paccagnella, O. (2013). Modelling individual heterogeneity in ordered choice models: Anchoring Vignettes and the Chopit Model.  QdS - Journal of Methodological and Applied Statistics 15: 69-94.
  • Raab, R. and E. O'Shea. (2011). In need of reform: Irish pension provision revisited.  Administration 59(3): 27-50.
  • Rohwedder, S. and R. J. Willis. (2010). Mental retirement. Journal of Economic Perspectives 24(1): 119-138. DOI: 10.1257/jep.24.1.119.
  • Shmotkin, D. (2008). Mental health and trauma among Israelis aged 50+.  Social Security 76: 197-224.
  • Shmueli, A. (2008). Physical health, health behavior and use of health services among persons aged 50+ in Israel.  Social Security 76: 175-196.
  • Sundström, G., E. Fransson, B. Malmberg and A. Davey. (2009). Loneliness among older Europeans. European Journal of Ageing 6(4): 267-275. DOI: 10.1007/s10433-009-0134-8.
  • Szydlik, M. (2011). Erben in Europa. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 63(4): 543–565 DOI: 10.1007/s11577-011-0152-3.
  • Tanskanen, A. M. Danielsbacka and M. Jokela. (2010). Kenen lapsiin isovanhemmat investoivat? Isyyden epävarmuus ja hypoteesi varmimman sukulaisen suosimisesta. [In whose children do grandparents invest? Paternal uncertainty and the hypothesis of differential investment based on grandparental certainty].  Yhteiskuntapolitiikka 75(2): 121-130.
  • Tomini, F., W. Groot and S. Tomini. (2016). Informal care and gifts to and from older people in Europe: The interlinks between giving and receiving.  BMC Health Services Research DOI: 10.1186/s12913-016-1830-7.
  • Tsimbos, C. and G. Verropoulou. (2009). A multivariate analysis of factors associated with physical functioning limitations in the Greek elderly population.  Journal of Statistics and Management Systems 11(6): 1161-1180.
  • van der Linden, B., B. Cheval, S. Sieber, D. Orsholits, I. Guessous, S. Stringhini, R. Gabriel, M. Aartsen , D. Blane, D. Courvoisier, C. Burton-Jeangros, M. Kliegel and S. Cullati (2019). Life Course Socioeconomic Conditions and Frailty at Older Ages. Journals of Gerontology: Series B DOI: 10.1093/geronb/gbz018.
  • Zeltzer-Zubida, A. and T. Spalter. (2008). Subjective well-being among 50+ year old Israelis.  Social Security 76: 269-289.
  • Ziegler, U. and G. Doblhammer-Reiter. (2010). Trends and determinants of severe cognitive impairments - Longitudinal section results from Health Survey, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE).  Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie 43: 78.