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  1. Yu, H.; Cao, J.; Kang, S. Fertility cost, intergenerational labor division, and female employment 2019.


  1. Zhiyong, H.; Jürgen, M. Validity of self-rated memory among middle-aged and older chinese adults: Results from the china health and retirement longitudinal study (charls) 2018.

  2. Greenfield, E.; Moorman, S.; Reynolds, C. Childhood risk and protection for adult cognition 2018.

  3. Strauss, J.; Witoelar, F.; Meng, Q.; Chen, X.; Zhao, Y.; Sikoki, B.; Wang, Y. Cognition and ses relationships among the mid-aged and elderly: A comparison of china and indonesia 2018.

  4. Sun, Y.; You, W. Health effects associated with marital status transition among elders in china 2018.

  5. Lin, Y. The impact of china’s new rural pension scheme on family labor supply: Does the beneficiary’s gender matter? 2018.

  6. Chen, X.; Eggleston, K.; Sun, A. The impact of social pensions on intergenerational relationships: Comparative evidence from china 2018.

  7. Chen, Y.; Huang, Y. The power of the government: China’s family planning leading. Group and the fertility decline since 1970 2018.

  8. Chen, Y.; Fang, H. The long-term consequences of having fewer children in old age: Evidence from china’s “later, longer, fewer” campaign 2018.

  9. Hou, B. AN investigation of physician-induced demand in china“S health care system: EVIDENCE from the charls 2018.


  1. Hidehiko, I.; Lei, X.; Lee, C.; Lee, J.; Park, A.; Yasuyuki, S. Wellbeing of the elderly in east asia: China, korea, and japan 2017.

  2. Zheng, X.; Fang, X.; Barger, B. Does new rural social pension insurance relieve depression of the elderly in rural china :Evidence from the china health and retirement longitudinal study 2017.

  3. Dong, X.-y.; YaohuiZhao Care economy, gender and inclusive growth in post-reform china: How does unpaid care work affect women’s economic opportunities and gender equality? 2017.

  4. Ho, C. Son biased investments and old age support 2017.

  5. Brugiavini, A.; Cavapozzi, D.; Pan, Y. Education gradient in well-being late in life: The case of china 2017.

  6. Dale-Johnson, D.; Zhu, G. Transition to the property tax in china: A dynamic general equilibrium analysis 2017.


  1. Motegi, H.; Nishimura, Y.; Oikawa, M. Retirement and cognitive decline: Evidence from global aging data 2016.

  2. Jin, W. Explaining low employment rates among older women in urban china 2016.

  3. Huang, W.; Zhang, C. The power of social pensions 2016.

  4. Jin, W. Explaining low employment rates among older urban chinese 2016.

  5. Chen, Z.; Bengtsson, T.; Helgertz, J. Labor supply responses to new rural social pension insurance in china: A regression discontinuity approach 2016.

  6. Jain, U.; Min, J.; Lee, J. Harmonization of cross-national studies of aging to the health and retirement study – user guide: Family transfer – informal care 2016.


  1. Lee, J.; Meijer, E.; Phillips, D. The effect of using different imputation methods for economic variables in aging surveys 2015.

  2. Zhu, Y. The dynamics of health changes and employment transitions among the elderly 2015.


  1. Banerjee, A.; Meng, X.; Porzio, T.; Qian, N. Aggregate fertility and household savings: A general equilibrium analysis using micro data 2014.

  2. Chamchan, C.; Chan, W.-k.; Punpuing, S. A longitudinal study of migration and health 2014.


  1. Zhao, Y.; Park, A.; Strauss, J.; Giles, J.; Mao, S.; Crimmins, E.; Hu, P.; Hu, Y.; Lei, X.; Shen, Y. et al. Challenges of population aging in china: Evidence from the national baseline survey of the china health and retirement longitudinal study (charls) 2013.

  2. Zhao, Y.; Strauss, J.; Yang, G.; Giles, J.; Hu, P. (Perry); Hu, Y.; Lei, X.; Liu, M.; Park, A.; Smith, J.P. et al. CHINA health and retirement longitudinal study–2011-2012 national baseline users’ guide 2013.

  3. Choukhmane, T.; Coeurdacier, N.; Jin, K. The one-child policy and householdsavings 2013.

  4. Wang, J.; Zhang, Q.; Chen, Y. Economic research on elderly health andimplications for analysis of aging china 2013.


  1. Lei, X.; Giles, J.; Hu, Y.; Park, A.; Strauss, J.; Zhao, Y. Patterns and correlates of interge non-time transfers evidence from charls 2012.

  2. Lee, J.; Gutsche, T.; Das, L. Harmonization of cross-national studies of aging to the health and retirement study cognition 2012.

  3. HU, Y.; Lei, X.; Smith, J.P.; Zhao, Y. Effects of social activities on cognitive functions: Evidence from charls 2012.

  4. Giles, J.; Lei, X.; Wang, Y.; Zhao, Y. Institutional determinants of the retirement patterns of china’s urban and rural residents 2012.


  1. EileenCrimmins; Hu, J.; PeifengHu; Huang, W.; Kim, J.; Shi, Y.; Strauss, J.; Zhang, L.; Zhao, X.; Zhao, Y. CHARLS pilot: Blood-based blood-based blood-based blood-based biomarker biomarker biomarker biomarker documentation documentation documentation 2011.

  2. Strauss, J.; Lei, X.; Zhao, Y.; Tian, M. Living arrangements of the elderly in china: Evidence from charls 2011.


  1. Islam, A.; Smyth, R. Children and parental health: Evidence from china 2010.

  2. Islam, A.; Raschky, P.; Smyth, R. Height, health human capital and quality of life among older chinese 2010.


简体中文 | 2019-11-28
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