Session 123:
Aging in Developing Countries: Intergenerational Support and Living Arrangements

Friday, April 16
12:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Cumberland I
Exhibition Level

Chair: Wan He, U.S. Census Bureau
Discussant: Angelique Chan, National University of Singapore

  1. Shifting Coresidence Near the End of Life: Comparing Decedents and Survivors of a Follow-Up Study in ChinaZachary Zimmer, University of Utah; Kim Korinek, University of Utah

  2. Response of Family Elder Support to Changes in the Income of the Elderly in KoreaErin Hye-Won Kim, Duke University; Philip J. Cook, Duke University

  3. Grandparenting and “Other” Children’s Support in Rural ChinaZhen Cong, Texas Tech University; Merril Silverstein, University of Southern California; Shuzhuo Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University

  4. Living Arrangements and Aging: Changes and Determinants in Living Arrangements of Older Persons in Mexico, 1992-2006Verónica Z. Montes de Oca Zavala, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales / Universidad Nacional Autónoma México; Sagrario Garay, Facultad de Trabajo Social y Desarrollo Humano (UANL)

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