Aging Program Meeting

Kathleen M. McGarry and Jonathan S. Skinner, Organizers

March 29, 2024

NBER, 1050 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA

Conference Code of Conduct

Friday, March 29
2nd Floor Conference Room, NBER, 1050 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge
8:40 am
Sumedha Gupta, Indiana University
Kosali I. Simon, Indiana University and NBER
Brea Perry, Indiana University

Impact of Covid-19 On Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD) Burdens and their Racial Ethnic Disparities
Discussant: Gopi Shah Goda, Stanford University and NBER
9:30 am
Abdoulaye Ndiaye, New York University

Flexible Retirement and Optimal Taxation
Discussant: Zhixiu Yu, Louisiana State University
10:40 am
Andrew Olenski, Lehigh University

Reallocation and the (In)efficiency of Exit in the US Nursing Home Industry
Discussant: Adrienne Sabety, Stanford University and NBER
11:30 am
Péter Hudomiet, RAND Corporation
Michael D. Hurd, RAND Corporation and NBER
Susann Rohwedder, RAND

Identifying Predictors of Dementia up to 20 years in Advance
Discussant: Julie Bynum, University of Michigan
1:10 pm
Vanya Horneff, Goethe University Frankfurt
Raimond Maurer, Goethe University Frankfurt
Olivia S. Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania and NBER

Employer 401(k) Matches for Student Debt Repayment: Killing Two Birds with One Stone?
1:50 pm
Silvia H. Barcellos, University of Southern California and NBER
Leandro Carvalho, University of Southern California
Kenneth Langa, University of Michigan
Sneha Nimmagadda, University of Southern California
Patrick Turley, University of Southern California

Education Delays Dementia Onset and Mitigates Genetic Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease
Discussant: Nicholas W. Papageorge, Johns Hopkins University and NBER
2:40 pm
Kaveh Danesh, University of California, Berkeley
Jonathan T. Kolstad, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
William D. Parker, London School of Economics
Johannes Spinnewijn, London School of Economics

The Chronic Condition Index: Analyzing Health Inequalities Over the Lifecycle
Discussant: Ellen Meara, Harvard University and NBER