Appendix
Workshop Agenda and Participants

AGENDA


The Implications of the Recent Economic Downturn for the Elderly Committee on Population Workshop

June 10-11, 2010


Thursday, June 10, 2010

8:30-8:45 am

Introduction

Duncan Thomas, Steering Committee Chair

8:45-9:00

Overview of NIH Research Portfolio and Goals

Richard Suzman, National Institute on Aging

9:00-10:30

The Economic Crisis Now and in Historical Perspective

 

Moderator:

Duncan Thomas, Duke University

 

Presenters:

Carmen Reinhart, University of Maryland

Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan

Michael Hurd/Susann Rohwedder, RAND



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Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA The Implications of the Recent Economic Downturn for the Elderly Committee on Population Workshop June 10-11, 2010 Thursday, June 10, 2010 Introduction 8:30-8:45 am Duncan Thomas, Steering Committee Chair Overview of NIH Research Portfolio and Goals 8:45-9:00 Richard Suzman, National Institute on Aging The Economic Crisis Now and in Historical 9:00-10:30 Perspective Moderator: Duncan Thomas, Duke University Presenters: Carmen Reinhart, University of Maryland Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan Michael Hurd/Susann Rohwedder, RAND 39

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40 IMPACT OF SEVERE ECONOMIC RECESSION ON THE ELDERLY Break 10:30-10:45 Markets, Expectations, and Preferences 10:45 am- 12:15 pm Moderator: Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College Presenters: Andrew Caplin, New York University Robert Willis, University of Michigan Lunch 12:15-1:00 Work, Labor Markets, and Retirement 1:00-2:30 Moderator: Olivia Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania Presenters: Courtney Coile, Wellesley College Alan Gustman, Dartmouth College Break 2:30-2:45 Consumption, Savings, Pensions, and Wealth 2:45-4:15 Moderator: Robert Hauser, National Research Council and University of Wisconsin, Madison Presenters: Brigitte Madrian, Harvard University Michael Hurd/Susann Rohwedder, RAND Break 4:15-4:30 Health and Well-Being 4:30-6:00 Moderator: David Wise, Harvard University Presenters: Dawn Alley, University of Maryland David Weir, University of Michigan Adjourn 6:00 Friday, June 11, 2010 Living Arrangements and Transfers 9:00-10:30 am Moderator: Robert Willis, University of Michigan Presenters: Kathleen McGarry, University of California, Los Angeles Linda Waite, University of Chicago Break 10:30-10:45

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41 APPENDIX Housing 10:45 am- 12:15 pm Moderator: Richard Johnson, Urban Institute Presenters: Joseph Tracy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York John Weicher, Hudson Institute Lunch 12:15-1:00 General Discussion: Priorities for Research and Data 1:00-2:30 Collection Moderator: Arie Kapteyn, RAND Adjourn 2:30

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42 IMPACT OF SEVERE ECONOMIC RECESSION ON THE ELDERLY PARTICIPANTS Dawn Alley, University of Maryland Colin Baker, National Institute on Aging Partha Bhattacharyya, National Institute on Aging Andrew Caplin, New York University Barney Cohen, National Research Council Courtney Coile, Wellesley College Karen Dynan, Brookings Institution Alan Gustman, Dartmouth College John Haaga, National Institute on Aging Elizabeth Hamilton, National Institute on Aging Robert Hauser, National Research Council and University of Wisconsin, Madison Michael Hurd, RAND Howard Iams, U.S. Social Security Administration Richard Johnson, Urban Institute Danielle Johnson-Bland, National Research Council Arie Kapteyn, RAND Jonathan King, National Institute on Aging David Laibson, Harvard University Brigitte Madrian, Harvard University Malay Majmundar, National Research Council Kathleen McGarry, University of California, Los Angeles Olivia Mitchell, University of Pennsylvania John Phillips, U.S. Social Security Administration Carmen Reinhart, University of Maryland Susann Rohwedder, RAND Matthew Shapiro, University of Michigan Jonathan Skinner, Dartmouth College Richard Suzman, National Institute on Aging Duncan Thomas, Duke University Joseph Tracy, Federal Reserve Bank of New York Linda Waite, University of Chicago John Weicher, Hudson Institute David Weir, University of Michigan Robert Willis, University of Michigan David Wise, Harvard University