Methodological Considerations in Aligning Independent Surveys of Parental Support from Older and Younger Generations: With Illustrative Data

Abstract

This series of research reports deals with the status of the elderly in several Asian countries. It presents research that is being conducted under a broad project sponsored by the U.S. National Institute on Aging, the Comparative Study of the Elderly in Four Asian Countries (Grant No. AGO7637). The goal is to measure the social, economic and health characteristics of the older population (age 60 and above), to predict what changes may occur over the next decades, and to suggest implications for public policy. The original countries involved in the study are the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. Reports on the elderly in other countries in Asia and on methods developed through the project using data from various countries may also be included in this report series.

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@inproceedings{Hermalin1996MethodologicalCI, title={Methodological Considerations in Aligning Independent Surveys of Parental Support from Older and Younger Generations: With Illustrative Data}, author={Albert I. Hermalin and Mary Beth Ofstedal and Ronald Freedman and M. C. Chang and Carol Roan}, year={1996} }