Monday, July 12, 2010

RAND Mini-Medical School and Aging Conference

For people working here across economics, psychology, epidemiology and so on it would be a crime not to go through the papers linked on these programmes. Furthermore, programmes (including videos for the last few years) are available. This is a good way to get in touch with some of the state-of-the-art work on social networks and aging; stress, health and aging; behavioural economics and retirement saving; collecting biological markers in social surveys and a wide other variety of issues relating to aging research and aging policy.

Mini-medical school

Demographics, Economics and Epidemiology of Aging

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