The Center for Population Economics...
Receives its primary funding from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health under program project grant P01 AG10120.
Specializes in the development of life-cycle and intergenerational data sets to study demographic, epidemiological, and economic processes.
Initiates and supports cutting-edge research in the fields of human aging, disability, labor force participation, and mortality.
Forecasts future trends in aging, health, and retirement through historical analysis.
The complete Historical Urban Ecological (HUE) and GIS data set is now available for viewing and download. Please contact Research Manager Brian Bettenhausen
or Research Program Coordinator Eric Hanss
UPCOMING ECONOMICS & BIODEMOGRAPHY OF AGING AND HEALTH WORKSHOP
Please join us for our final workshop of the quarter on
May 24, 2013 as we welcome guest speaker Rucker Johnson.
Johnson is an associate professor in the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. He will discuss his current book project on the long legacy of school desegregation, 'Desegregation & (Un)Equal Opportunity: The Long
March from Brown to the Mobility of Brown's Grandchildren.'
The weekly Economics & Biodemography of Aging and Health Workshop is held every Friday from 1:30-3:00PM (unless otherwise noted) in seminar room 3A of the Charles M. Harper Center in the Chicago Booth School of Business
located at 5807 S. Woodlawn Avenue in Chicago. Students, faculty, and all interested researchers are invited and encouraged to attend.
Please visit our workshop web page for current and archived papers and/or slides as they become available. If you have any questions or would like to be added to our workshop mailing list,
please feel free to contact our workshop coordinator.