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Working Papers

  • Altundere, M. (2012). Does social interaction influence household debt?. Research Paper. Goethe University Frankfurt.
  • Angelini, V., M. Bertoni, L. Stella and C. Weiss (2016). The ant or the grasshopper? The long-term consequences of unilateral divorce laws on savings of European households. IZA Discussion Paper (10363). Bonn.
  • Angelini, V., A. Laferrère and G. Pasini. (2010). Nest leaving in Europe. MEA Discussion Paper (215-10). Mannheim.
  • Bolin, K., B. Lindgren and P. Lundborg. (2007). Informal and formal care among single-living elderly in Europe. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper (TI 2007-031/3). Tinbergen Institute.
  • Dormont, B., A.-L. Samson, M. Fleurbaey, S. Luchini, E. Schokkaert, C. Thébaut and C. Van de Voorde. (2014). Individual uncertainty on longevity. Discussion Paper Series (DPS14.28). Ku Leuven.
  • Kohli, M., M. Albertini and H. Künemund. (2010). How European families transfer resources across generations. Japanese Stratification Study Discussion Paper (6). University of Tokio.
  • Leoni, T. and R. Eppel. Motherhood, Employment and Health at Age 50+. Evidence for Europe across Welfare Regimes. (forthcoming.).
  • Lipps, O. and G. Benson. (2005). Interviewer effort and data quality: Paradata analysis of a cross-national survey. Swiss Household Panel Working Paper (1/05). Neuchatel.
  • Litwin, H. and E.V. Sapir. (2008). The SHARE-Israel methodology. Social Security - Journal of Welfare and Social Security Studies (76). Jerusalem.
  • Mazzonna, F. and F. Peracchi. (2014). Unhealthy Retirement?. EIEF Working Paper Series (09/14). University of Lugano.
  • Mönkediek, B. and H. Bras. (2012). Family systems, welfare regimes and fertility behavior in contemporary Europe from a social network perspective. University of Nijmegen.
  • Robine, J.-M., C. Jagger, H. van Oyen, B. Cox, E. Cambois, I. Romieu, A. Clavel and S. Le Roy (European Health Expectancy Monitoring Unit). (2006). Estimations of health expectancy at age 65 in European Union countries in 2004. EHEMU Technical Report (2006_2). Montpellier.
  • Schneeweis, N., V. Skirbekk and R. Winter-Ebmer. (2012). Does schooling improve cognitive functioning at older ages?. Economic Working Paper (1211). University of Linz.
  • Vanhoutte, B. (2012). Measuring subjective well-being in later life: a review. CCSR Paper (2012-06). CCSR.