Health at Older Ages: The Causes and Consequences of Declining Disability among the Elderly

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Officers

Elizabeth E. Bailey, chairman

John S. Clarkeson, vice-chairman

Martin Feldstein, president and chief executive officer

Susan Colligan, vice president for administration and budget and corporate secretary

Robert Mednick, treasurer

Kelly Horak, controller and assistant corporate secretary

Gerardine Johnson, assistant corporate secretary

Directors at Large

Peter C. Aldrich

Elizabeth E. Bailey

Richard B. Berner

John H. Biggs

John S. Clarkeson

Don R. Conlan

Kathleen B. Cooper

Charles H. Dallara

George C. Eads

Jessica P. Einhorn

Martin Feldstein

Roger W. Ferguson, Jr.

Jacob A. Frenkel

Judith M. Gueron

Robert S. Hamada

Karen N. Horn

John Lipsky

Laurence H. Meyer

Michael H. Moskow

Alicia H. Munnell

Rudolph A. Oswald

Robert T. Parry

Marina v. N. Whitman

Martin B. Zimmerman

Directors by University Appointment

George Akerlof, California, Berkeley

Jagdish Bhagwati, Columbia

Glen G. Cain, Wisconsin

Ray C. Fair, Yale

Franklin Fisher, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Mark Grinblatt, California, Los Angele

Saul H. Hymans, Michigan

Marjorie B. McElroy, Duke

Joel Mokyr, Northwestern

Andrew Postlewaite, Pennsylvania

Uwe E. Reinhardt, Princeton

Nathan Rosenberg, Stanford

Craig Swan, Minnesota

David B. Yoffie, Harvard

Arnold Zellner (Director Emeritus), Chicago

Directors by Appointment of Other Organizations

Jean-Paul Chavas, American Agricultural Economics Association

Gail D. Fosler, The Conference Board

Martin Gruber, American Finance Association

Timothy W. Guinnane, Economic History Association

Arthur B. Kennickell, American Statistical Association

Thea Lee, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations

William W. Lewis, Committee for Economic Development

Robert Mednick, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Angelo Melino, Canadian Economics Association

Harvey Rosenblum, National Association for Business Economics

John J. Siegfried, American Economic Association

Directors Emeriti

Andrew Brimmer

Carl F. Christ

George Hatsopoulos

Lawrence R. Klein

Franklin A. Lindsay

Paul W. McCracken

Peter G. Peterson

Richard N. Rosett

Eli Shapiro

Arnold Zellner

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