Understanding the Improvement in Disability-Free Life Expectancy in the U.S. Elderly Population
In: Insights in the Economics of Aging
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- Michael Chernew & David M. Cutler & Kaushik Ghosh & Mary Beth Landrum, 2016. "Understanding the Improvement in Disability Free Life Expectancy In the U.S. Elderly Population," NBER Working Papers 22306, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.
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