Session 2:
Aging and Inequality: Disparities in Health, Wealth and Well-Being

Thursday, April 15
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Reunion B
Lobby Level

Chair: David Weir, University of Michigan
Discussant: Mauricio Avendano Pabon, Harvard School of Public Health

  1. The Rich Are Less Likely to Become Unhealthy, and Survive Better Afterwards. Which Advantage is Bigger?Ruben Castro, University of Pennsylvania

  2. Smoking Cessation among Older AmericansDean R. Lillard, Cornell University; Donald Kenkel, Cornell University; Alan Mathios, Cornell University

  3. Live and Learn: Does Education Lead to Longer Lives?Eamon Molloy, Cornell University

  4. Disparities in Health, Wealth, and Well-Being among Elderly in Developing Countries: Evidence from the Indonesia Family Life SurveyFirman Witoelar, World Bank Group; John Strauss, University of Southern California; Bondan Sikoki, SurveyMETER

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