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Papers and Publications for Mason’s NIA Report

Organization of this list of 88 grant related papers:



  1. Papers authored or co-authored by Andrew Mason

  2. Other papers by Mason’s EWC research team

  3. Papers authored or co-authored by Ronald Lee excluding papers co-authored with Mason and listed above

  4. Other papers by Lee’s Berkeley research team

  5. Papers by the three country teams funded by Mason’s R01 grant

  6. Papers by the three country teams funded by Lee’s R37 grant

  7. An additional 17 papers by country teams not funded by NIA grants are not separately listed.


Papers and publications arranged by category:

A. Papers authored or co-authored by Andrew Mason on his parallel R01 NIA grant.


  1. Mason, Andrew, Ronald Lee, and Sang-Hyop Lee. 2008. “The Demographic Transition and Economic Growth in the Pacific Rim,” presented at the NBER-TCER-KDI conference on The Demographic Transition in the Pacific Rim. Seoul, Korea.

  2. Ogawa, Naohiro, Andrew Mason, Amonthep Chawla, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2008. “Japan’s Unprecedented Aging and Changing Intergenerational Transfers,” presented at the NBER-TCER-KDI conference on The Demographic Transition in the Pacific Rim. Seoul, Korea.

  3. Mason, Andrew, and Ronald Lee. 2008. “Low Fertility, Human Capital, and Macroeconomics,” presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA. April 17-19. Also presented at the World Demographic Association Conference on the Economic Effects of Low Fertility, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, April 11-12. Submitted to European Journal of Population.

  4. Mason, Andrew. 2008. “Sustainable Economic Policies in an Aging World,” presented at the Shanghai Forum 2008: Economic Globalization and the Choice of Asia: Transformation, Growth and Welfare, Fudan University, Shanghai, May 25-27.

  5. Wang Feng and Andrew Mason. 2008. “The Demographic Factor in China’s Transition,” in China’s Great Economic Transformation, Loren Brandt and Thomas G. Rawski (eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 136-166.

  6. Lee, Ronald, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Andrew Mason. 2008. “Charting the Economic Lifecycle,” Population Aging, Human Capital Accumulation, and Productivity Growth, a supplement to Population and Development Review 33. A. Prskawetz, D. E. Bloom and W. Lutz (eds). New York, Population Council. Pp. 208-237. Also NBER Working Paper 12379 (July).

  7. Mason, Andrew, Ronald Lee, An-Chi Tung, Mun Sim Lai, and Tim Miller. Forthcoming. “Population Aging and Intergenerational Transfers: Introducing Age into National Income Accounts,” Developments in the Economics of Aging, David Wise (ed.), National Bureau of Economic Research, University of Chicago Press.

  8. Mason, Andrew, Sang-Hyop Lee, Ronald Lee, and Chong-Bum An. Forthcoming. "Aging and Social Policy: An International Perspective," in Social Policy at the Crossroads: Trends in Advanced Countries and Implications for Korea, Kwangeon Sul, Andrew Mason, and Sang-Hyop Lee (eds.), Seoul: Korea Development Institute.

  9. Lee, Sang-Hyop and Andrew Mason. 2007. “Who Gains from the Demographic Dividend? Forecasting Income by Age,” International Journal of Forecasting 24(4): 603-619.

  10. Mason, Andrew and Ronald Lee. 2007. “Transfers, Capital, and Consumption over the Demographic Transition” in Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers and the Macroeconomy, Robert Clark, Naohiro Ogawa, and Andrew Mason (eds.) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 128-162.

  11. Kinugasa, Tomoko and Andrew Mason. 2007. “Why Countries Become Wealthy: The Effects of Adult Longevity on Saving” World Development 35(1): 1-23.

  12. Mason, Andrew. 2007. “Demographic Dividends: The Past, the Present, and the Future” in Population Change, Labor Markets and Sustainable Growth: Towards a New Economic Paradigm, Andrew Mason and Mitoshi Yamaguchi (eds), Elsevier Press.

  13. Wang Feng and Andrew Mason. 2007. “Population Aging in China: Challenges, Opportunities, and Institutions,” Transition and Challenge: China’s Population at the Beginning of the 21st Century, Zhongwei Zhao and Fei Guo (eds.), Oxford University Press, pp. 177-196.

  14. Mason, Andrew. 2006. “Demographic Dividends and Public Policy,” Asia-Pacific Population Journal, 21(3): 7-16.

  15. Ogawa, Naohiro, Andrew Mason, Maliki, Rikiya Matsukura and Kazuro Nemoto. 2007 “Population Aging and Health Care Spending in Japan: Public and Private Sector Responses” in Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers and the Macroeconomy, Robert Clark, Andrew Mason, and Naohiro Ogawa (eds.), Elgar Press, pp. 192-233.

  16. Clark, Robert, Andrew Mason, and Naohiro Ogawa, 2007. “Economic and policy implications of population aging,” Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers and the Macroeconomy, Robert Clark, Naohiro Ogawa, and Andrew Mason (eds.), Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 3-14.

  17. Lee, Ronald, and Andrew Mason.2007. “Population Aging, Wealth, and Economic Growth: Demographic Dividends and Public Policy” Background Paper for the World Economic and Social Survey, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations.

  18. Mason, Andrew and Wang Feng. 2007 “Dividends from China’s Declining Birth Rate,” Guanxi: The China Letter 2(4): 1-8.

  19. Mason, Andrew. 2007. “Demographic Transition and Demographic Dividends in Developing and Developed Countries,” Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico City, 31 August – 2 September 2005.

  20. Wang Feng and Andrew Mason. 2007. “Demographic Dividends and Prospects for Development in China,” Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico City, 31 August – 2 September.

  21. Mason, Andrew, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Ronald Lee. 2007. “Asian Demographic Change: Its Economic and Social Implications.” Commissioned by the Asian Development Bank to be included in an edited volume.

  22. Lee, Ronald and Andrew Mason. 2007. “Age, Aging and Economic Growth,” presented at the 2007 meetings of the Population Association of America and in revised form at a workshop on Population Aging and Economic Growth, Cambridge MA, May 18-19.

  23. Wang Feng and Andrew Mason. 2006. “Population Aging in China: Challenges, Opportunities, and Institutions,” Chinese Journal of Population Science 3: 2-18 (in Chinese).

  24. Wang Feng and Andrew Mason, 2006, “Demographic Factors in China’s Economic Transition,” in 21st Century Population and Economic Development in China, Zeng Yi, Li Ling, Gu Baochang, and Justin Yifu
    Lin (eds.), Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, pp. 159-191 (in Chinese).

  25. Lee, Ronald and Andrew Mason, 2006. "What is the Demographic Dividend?" Finance and Development (September) 16-17.

  26. Mason, Andrew, and Ronald Lee. 2006 “Reform and Support Systems for the Elderly in Developing Countries: Capturing the Second Demographic Dividend,” GENUS LXII (2) 11-35.

  27. Lee, Sang-Hyop, and Andrew Mason. 2005. “Aging and Old-Age Support Systems: Issues and Reforms,”, A New Paradigm for Social Welfare in the New Millennium, Lee-Jay Cho, Hyungpyo Moon, Yoon Hyung Kim, and Sang-Hyop Lee (eds.), Seoul: Korea Development Institute, pp. 187-228.

  28. Mason, Andrew and Sang-Hyop Lee. 2005. “The Demographic Dividend and Poverty Reduction,” Proceedings of the Seminar on the Relevance of Population Aspects for the Achievement of the millennium Development Goals, New York, 17-19 November 2004 (New York: United Nations).

  29. Lee, Sang-Hyop, and Andrew Mason. 2005. “Mother’s Education, Learning-by-Doing, and Child Health Care in Rural India,” Comparative Education Review 49(4): 534-551.

  30. Mason, Andrew. 2005. “Economic Demography,” in Handbook on Population, Michael Micklin and Dudley Poston (eds.), Klewer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

  31. Mason, Andrew, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Gerard Russo. 2005. “Demography of Aging Across Asia” (Ch. 2), in Handbook of Asian Aging, H. Yoon and J. Hendricks (eds.), Amityville, NY: Baywood Publishing Co., pp. 25-65.


B. Other papers by Mason’s EWC research team

  1. Chawla, Amonthep. 2008. “Macroeconomic Aspects of Demographic Changes and Intergenerational Transfers in Thailand”, Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

  2. Chawla, Amonthep. 2008. “Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers, and Saving in Thailand”, paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, New Orleans, LA. April 17-19.

C. Papers and Publications supported by the R37 and authored or co-authored by Ronald Lee. Note that papers co-authored with Andrew Mason were listed above and are not listed here to avoid double counting.


  1. Robinson, Rachel Sullivan, Ronald Lee and Karen Kramer. Forthcoming. "Counting Women's Labor: A Reanalysis of Children's Net Production in Mead Cain's Bangladeshi Village" Population Studies.

  2. Auerbach, Alan J., and Ronald Lee. 2007. "Welfare and Generational Equity in Sustainable Unfunded Pension Systems," presented at NBER annual meeting on Public Sector, November.

  3. Lee, Ronald. 2007. Global Population Aging and its Economic Consequences, Washington, D.C.: The AEI Press, American Enterprise Institute.

  4. Bommier, Antoine, Ronald Lee, Timothy Miller, and Stephane Zuber. 2006. “Who wins and who loses? Public transfer accounts for US generations born 1850 to 2090”. An earlier draft was a NBER working paper, but work has continued to include earlier public sector transfer programs besides Social Security and Medicare, such as veterans’ benefits. Should be submitted soon.

  5. Auerbach, Alan J. and Ronald D. Lee. Forthcoming. "Notional Defined Contribution Pension Systems in a Stochastic Context: Design and Stability," in Social Security Policy in a Changing Environment, Jeffrey Brown, Jeffrey Liebman and David Wise (eds). University of Chicago Press. Also NBER Working Paper 12805 (January 2, 2007).

  6. Lee, Ronald. 2006. "Discussion of 'The Rate of Return of Pay As You Go Pension Systems: A More Exact Consumption-Loan Model of Interest,'" in Pension Reform: Issues and Prospects for Non-Financial Defined Contribution (NDC) Schemes, Holzmann, Robert and Edward Palmer (eds.). World Bank, 2006, pp. 143-147.

D. Other papers by Lee’s Berkeley research team


  1. Donehower, Gretchen. 2007. “Age Profiles of US Income, Consumption, and Lifecycle Deficits, 1888-2003,” paper presented at the 2007 meetings of the Population Association of America.

  2. Miller, Tim. 2006. "Demographic Models for Projections of Social Sector Demand." United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Population and Development Series. Original paper in Spanish; English version available at http://www.eclac.cl/publicaciones/xml/7/27197/lcl2477i-P.pdf.

E. Papers by research teams funded by Mason’s grant (Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan).


Indonesia

  1. Maliki. 2008. “Health care and health care facilities demand among the Indonesian elderly,” Singapore Economic Review 53(1).

  2. Maliki. Forthcoming. Sistem suport dan implikasinya terhadap kebijakan kesejahteraan sosial di Indonesia. Warta Demograf, (in Bahasa Indonesia).

  3. Maliki. Forthcoming. Pengenalan National Transfer Account. Warta Demografi, (in Bahasa Indonesia).

  4. Maliki. 2007.Indonesian social security and support system of the Indonesian elderly. NTA Working Paper Series WP07-06.

  5. Maliki. 2007. The effect of Compulsory education on education and non-education transfers in Indonesia. Unpublished manuscript.

  6. Maliki. 2007. The effect of education policy on child labor in Indonesia. Unpublished manuscript.

  7. Wolff, Francois-Charles, and Maliki. 2006. “Child health and labor, evidence from Indonesia,” Economics and Human Biology 6(1).

  8. Maliki. 2006. Does health card benefit the poor elderly? NUPRI Research Paper Series 75.

  9. Maliki. 2005. Essays on education and intergenerational transfers in Indonesia. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa.


Japan (omitting paper co-authored with Mason and listed above)


  1. Ogawa, Naohiro, Rikiya Matsukura, and Maliki. 2008. “Rapid Population Aging and Changing Intergenerational Transfers in Japan,” International Handbook of Demography of Aging, Peter Uhlenberg (ed.), Springer-Verlag.

  2. Ogawa, Naohiro, Robert D. Retherford, and Rikiya Matsukura. Forthcoming. “Japan’s declining fertility and policy responses,” in Ultra-low Fertility in Pacific Asia: Trends, Causes and Policy Dilemma, G. Jones (ed.), London: Taylor and Francis.

  3. Ogawa, Naohiro, Maliki, and Rikiya Matsukura. Forthcoming. “Population Aging and Demographic Dividends: Some Evidence from Selected Asian Countries,” in The Impact of Ageing, eG. Sinigoj, G. Jones, K. Hirokawa, and S. Linhart (eds.), Vienna: LIT, pp.69-85.

  4. Ogawa, Naohiro. Forthcoming. “Population Aging and Economic Growth: The Role of Two Demographic Dividends in Japan,” to be published as one chapter in the book edited by the German Institute for Japanese Studies. London and New York: Routledge.

  5. Ogawa, Naohiro. 2007. “The Impact of Population Aging on Intergenerational Transfers,” presented at the United Nations ESCAP High-level Meeting on the Regional Review of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA), held in Macao, 9-11 October.

  6. Ogawa, Naohiro, Maliki, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2007. “Population Aging and Changing Intergenerational Transfers in Japan and Other Asian Countries,” presented at ESCAP/UNFPA/UNDESA Seminar on the Social, Health and Economic Consequences of Population Ageing in the Context of Changing Families, held in Bangkok, 25-27 July.

  7. Ogawa, Naohiro. 2007. “Japan’s Declining Fertility and Policy Options,” presented at the International Symposium on Social Policy in Asia, organized by Hitotsubashi University, held in Tokyo, 9-10 February.

  8. Ogawa, Naohiro., Maliki, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2007. “The Impact of Population Aging on Intergenerational Transfers: The Case of Japan,” presented at the International Conference on Public Economics and Policy, held in Seoul, April 20.

  9. Clark, Robert L., Naohiro Ogawa, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2007. “Population Aging, Changing Retirement Policies and Lifetime Earnings Profiles in Japan,” in Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers and the Macroeconomy, Robert Clark, Naohiro Ogawa, and Andrew Mason (eds.), Cheltenham, UK, and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 17-34.

  10. Rikiya Matsukura, Naohiro Ogawa, and Robert L. Clark. 2007."Analysis of employment patterns and the changing demographic structure of Japan," The Japanese Economy 34(1):82-153.

  11. Ogawa, Naohiro and Rikiya Matsukura. 2007."Ageing in Japan: The health and wealth of older persons." The Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico city 31 August - 2 September 2005, Population Division of Department of Economic and Social Affairs on the United Nations (ed.), United Nations, New York.

  12. Matsukura, Rikiya, Robert D. Retherford, and Naohiro Ogawa. 2007. "Declining Fertility in Japan: Its Mechanisms and Policy Responses," Asia-Pacific Population Journal 22(2): 33-50.

  13. Ogawa, Naohiro, Rikiya Matsukura, and Amonthep Chawla. 2007. “Will the Sun Rise Again in Aging Japan?” presented at the IX Future Trends Forum, Madrid, November 28-30.

  14. Ogawa, Naohiro. 2006. “Japan’s Baby Bust and Population Aging: Trends, Prospects, and Policy Options,” presented at the International Conference on Global Householding in East Asia: Japan, Korea and Taiwan, held at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, February 7-8.

  15. Ogawa, Naohiro, Maliki, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2006. “Changing Age Structures of Population in Asia and Their Implications for Development,” presented at the United Nations Panel Discussion on the International Conference on Trends and Problems of the World Population in the 21st Century, 50 Years since Rome 1954, held in New York, October 12.

  16. Ogawa, Naohiro, Maliki, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2006. “Population Aging and Its Impact on Health Care Spending in Japan,” presented at the JSAC 2006 Annual Conference, held at Kamloops, Canada, October 14.

  17. Ogawa, Naohiro,and Noriyuki Takayama. 2006. “Demography and Aging,” in The Oxford Handbook of Pensions and Retirement Income, Gordon L. Clark, Alicia H. Munnell, and J. Michael Orszag (eds). Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 163-182.

  18. Ogawa, Naohiro, Robert D. Retherford, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2006. “Demographics of the Japanese Family: Entering Uncharted Territory,” in The Changing Japanese Family, Marcus Rebick and Ayumi Takenaka (eds.), London: Routledge, pp. 19-38.

  19. Retherford, Robert, and Naohiro Ogawa. 2006. “Japan’s Baby Bust; Causes, Implications, and Policy Responses,” in The Baby Bust: Who Will Do the Work? Who Will Pay the Taxes? Fred R. Harris (ed.), Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 5-47.

  20. Ogawa, Naohiro. 2005. “The Impact of Japan’s Baby Bust and Population Decline,” presented at the EU-Japan Think Tank Round Table and will be published soon in a volume by the European Policy Center.

  21. Ogawa, Naohiro. 2005. "Population Aging and Policy Options for Suitable Future: The case of Japan," GENUS 6: 369-410.

  22. Ogawa, Naohiro, Makoto Kondo, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2005. "Japan’s Transition from the Demographic Bonus to the Demographic Onus," Asian Population Studies 1: 207-226.

  23. Ogawa, Naohiro, Sang-Hyop Lee, and Rikiya Matsukura. 2005. “Health and Its Impact on Work and Dependency among the Elderly in Japan.” Asian Population Studies 1: 121-145.

Taiwan

  1. Lai, Mun Sim. nd. “Do Public Transfers Crowd Out Private Transfers for Elderly Without Health Coverage?” Unpublished manuscript.

  2. Lai, Mun Sim. nd. “Returns to Childrearing: a case study on Taiwan.” Unpublished manuscript.

  3. Lai, Mun Sim and An-Chi Tung. nd. “Support Systems in Nuclear vs. Extended Households: A Case Study on Taiwan.” Unpublished manuscript.

  4. Lai, Mun Sim. 2006. Intergenerational transfers: lessons from Taiwan. Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Economics, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

F. Papers by research teams funded by subcontracts on Lee’s grant (Brazil, Chile, France).


Brazil

  1. Queiroz, Bernardo L., Cassio Turra, and Elisenda R. Perez. 2008. “The Opportunities we can´t forgo: economic consequences of demographic changes in Brazil,” in Icfai's Professional Reference Book: The Demographic Dividend: Economic Consequences.

  2. Perez, Elisenda R.., Cassio Turra, and Bernardo L. Queiroz. 2007. “Abuelos y nietos, Una a convivencia beneficiosa para los más jóvenes? El caso de Brasil y Perú,” Papeles de Población, 52, pp. 47-75. (In Spanish).

  3. Turra, Cassio M., and Bernardo L. Queiroz. 2007. “Before it's too late: demographic transition, labor supply, and social security problems in Brazil, “ Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures. Nova York: United Nations, 2007, pp. 103-118.

  4. Turra, Cassio M., and Bernardo L. Queiroz. 2006. “Las Transferencias intergeneracionales y la desigualdad socioeconómica en el Brasil: un analísis inicial,” Notas de Población 80, Santiago, Chile, pp. 65-98. (In Spanish).

  5. Turra, Cassio M., and Bernardo L. Queiroz. 2005. “Transferencias Intergeracionais: uma análise internacional,” Revista Brasileira de Estudos da População, 22(1), Brasil, pp.191-195. (In Portuguese).

Chile


  1. Miller, Tim. 2008. "The Economic Impact of the Demographic Dividend on Social Sectors" in Demographic Change and its Influence on Development in Latin America and the Caribbean. United Nations, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Original report in Spanish; English version available at http://www.cepal.cl/publicaciones/xml/5/33225/2008-271-SES.32-CELADE-INGLES.pdf

  2. Bravo, Jorge and Mauricio Holz. 2007. Inter-age transfers in Chile 1997: economic significance. NTA Working Paper Series WP07-02.

  3. Bravo, Jorge. 2007. “Intergenerational transfers and social protection in Latin America” United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Social and Economic Implications of Changing Population Age Structures, Mexico City, 31 August - 2 September 2005. ESA/P/WP.201. Also available at http://www.un.org/esa/population/meetings/Proceedings_EGM_Mex_2005/index.htm

  4. Bravo, Jorge, and Fabio M. Bertranou. 2006. “Evolución demográfica y pensiones en Chile”, OIT Notas 4 - June 2006. Internacional Labour Office for the Southern Cone of Latin America, Santiago, Chile. Available at http://www.oitchile.cl/pdf/Cuarto%20numero.pdf

  5. Uthoff, Andras, Jorge Bravo, Cecilia Vera and Nora Ruedi. 2005. “Cambios en la estructura por edades de la población, transferencias intergeneracionales y protección social en América Latina”, Notas de Población 80, October 2005. ECLAC/CELADE, Santiago, Chile, LC/G.2276-P. Available at http://www.eclac.cl/cgi-bin/getProd.asp?xml=/publicaciones/xml/4/25874/P25874.xml&xsl=/celade/tpl/p9f.xsl&base=/celade/tpl/top-bottom.xslt

France (omitting paper by Wolff co-authored with Maliki and listed above)

  1. Zuber, Stéphane, Antoine Bommier, Jérôme Bourdieu and Akiko Suwa-Eisenmann. 2006. Transferts publics d'éducation et de retraite en France (1850-2000): au bénéfice de quelles générations ? Revision requested by Economie et Prévision.

G. An additional 17 papers by country teams not funded by NIA grants are not separately listed.

India

  1. Ladusingh, L. and M.R. Narayana. 2008. “Population Aging and Life Cycle Deficit: The Case of India", submitted to Asia-Pacific Population Journal.

  2. Narayana, M.R., and L. Ladusingh. 2008. "Construction of National Transfer Accounts for India, 1999-00", NTA Working Paper Series WP08-01.

  3. Ladusingh, L., and M.R. Narayana. 2007. "Role of intra-household transfer in supporting lifecycle deficit in India", NTA Working Paper Series WP07-04.

  4. Ladusingh, L., and M.R. Narayana. 2007. “Economic Lifecycle: The Case of India”, presented at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology 2007 Conference on Ageing: The Everyday Experience, The University of Waikato (Hamilton, New Zealand), 14-16 November.

  5. Narayana, M.R., and L. Ladusingh. 2007. “What does public sector contribute to National Transfer Accounts? Evidence for flow accounts for India 1999-00”, presented at the International Conference on Asia’s Dependency Transition: Intergenerational Transfers, Economic Growth, and Public Policy, Nihon University Population Research Centre (Tokyo, Japan), 1-3 November.

  6. Narayana, M.R., and L. Ladusingh. 2007. “Ageing and National Transfer Accounts for India”, Plenary Session I - Health and Development, the XXIX Annual Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Population, Banaras Hindu University (Varanasi, India), 26 October.

Mexico


  1. Partida-Bush, Virgilio , and Iván Mejía-Guevara. 2007. “Transferencias Intergeneracionales en México 2004,” presented at the Primer Taller Técnico y de Coordinación del Proyecto CEPAL/IDRC sobre Envejecimiento de la Población, Transferencias Intergeneracionales y Protección Social en América Latina, Santiago de Chile, October.

Philippines

  1. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J.M.I. 2008. “Have Lifecycle Consumption and Income Patterns Changed in the Philippines from 1994 to 2002?” PIDS Discussion Paper Series, Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Makati City, Philippines. Soon available online at: http://www.pids.gov.ph

  2. Salas, J.M.I. and Racelis, R. H. 2008. “Consumption, Income and Intergenerational Reallocation of Resources: National Transfer Accounts of the Philippines, 1999,” PIDS Discussion Paper Series, Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Makati City, Philippines. Soon available online at: http://www.pids.gov.ph.

  3. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J. M. I. 2007. “Measuring economic lifecycles and flows across population age groups: Data and methods in the application of the NTA in the Philippines,” PIDS Discussion Paper Series 2007-12, Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Makati City, Philippines. Available online at: http://dirp4.pids.gov.ph/ris/dps/pidsdps0712.pdf

  4. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J.M.I. 2007. “A Note on Defining the Dependent Population Based on Age,” PIDS Discussion Paper Series, Philippine Institute for Development Studies, Makati City, Philippines. Soon available online at: http://www.pids.gov.ph

  5. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J.M.I. 2007. “Population Dependency and National Transfer Accounts in the Philippines,” presented at the International Conference on Asia’s Dependency Transition: Intergenerational Transfers, Economic Growth, and Public Policy Tokyo, Japan, November 1-3.




  1. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J.M.I. 2007. “Philippine National Health Accounts: Estimating Individual Person Health Expenditures from Household Level Data,” presented at the 10th National Convention on Statistics, EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, October 02.

  2. Racelis, R. H. and Salas, J.M.I. 2006. “Introducing the National Transfer Accounts (NTA): Estimating the Life-cycle Deficit and Measuring Economic Flows Across Age Groups,” presented at the Philippine Economic Society (PES) 44th Annual Meeting Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex, November 21.

Sweden


  1. Forsell, Charlotte, Daniel Hallberg, Thomas Lindh and Gustav Öberg. 2007. Intergenerational public and private sector redistribution in Sweden 2003. NTA Working Paper Series WP07-01.

Thailand


  1. Phananiramai, Mathana. 2007. “Incorporating Time into the National Transfer Account,” NTA Working Paper Series WP07-03.

Uruguay


  1. Bucheli, Marisa, Rodrigo Ceni, and Cecilia González. 2007. The Public Transfers Flows between generations: Uruguay (1994). NTA Working Paper Series WP07-05.








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