Expenditures of Older Americans

By Rose M. Rubin; Michael L. Nieswiadomy | Go to book overview

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FIGURES
2.1 Life Expectancies at Age 65: Actual 1900-1990, Projected 2000-207014
2.2 Labor Force Participation Rates, 1970-2005: Males and Females, Age 55-64 and 65+17
5.1 Household Income Distribution by Age Group and Total Population, 199379
TABLES
2.1 Proportion of Population by Age Groups 1900-1996, with Projections through 2050 (Middle Series)13
2.2 Living Arrangements of the Elderly, Men and Women (Percentage)15
2.3 Median Income and Sources of Income for the Elderly (65+) (1994 Dollars)19
2.4 Assets and Liabilities by Age21
2.5 1995 Average Annual Expenditures and Shares by Age23

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  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Title Page ix
  • Title Page xi
  • Preface xv
  • Chapter 1 Introduction 1
  • Notes 9
  • Chapter 2 Characteristics of Older Americans 11
  • Notes 27
  • Chapter 3 Change in Expenditure Patterns 29
  • Appendix 47
  • Appendix 49
  • Chapter 4 the Effect of Retirement on Expenditures 51
  • Notes 71
  • Chapter 5 the Vulnerable Elderly 73
  • Notes 98
  • Chapter 6 Health Expenditures 101
  • Notes 126
  • Chapter 7 Trends and the Future 129
  • Bibliography 135
  • Index 149
  • About the Authors 155
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