Emma Aguila
Emma Aguila
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Changes in consumption at retirement: evidence from panel data
E Aguila, O Attanasio, C Meghir
Review of Economics and Statistics 93 (3), 1094-1099, 2011
Personal retirement accounts and saving
E Aguila
American Economic Journal: Economic Policy 3 (4), 1-24, 2011
Living longer in Mexico: Income security and health
E Aguila, C Diaz, MM Fu, A Kapteyn, A Pierson
Rand health quarterly 1 (4), 2012
Effects of income supplementation on health of the poor elderly: The case of Mexico
E Aguila, A Kapteyn, JP Smith
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (1), 70-75, 2015
Pobreza y vulnerabilidad en México: El caso de los jóvenes que no estudian ni trabajan
E Aguila, N Mejía, F Pérez, A Rivera, E Ramírez
Estudios Económicos (México, DF) 30 (1), 3-49, 2015
Envejecer en México: condiciones de vida y salud
E Águila, C Díaz, MM Fu, A Pierson
National Academy of Medicine of Mexico, 2012
Consumption smoothing and frequency of benefit payments of cash transfer programs
E Aguila, A Kapteyn, F Perez-Arce
American Economic Review 107 (5), 430-35, 2017
Ownership of a bank account and health of older Hispanics
E Aguila, M Angrisani, LR Blanco
Economics letters 144, 41-44, 2016
R etirement and health benefits for M exican migrant workers returning from the U nited S tates
E Aguila, J Zissimopoulos
International social security review 66 (2), 101-125, 2013
Male labor force participation and social security in Mexico
E Aguila
Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, 1-27, 2014
Cobertura del sistema privado de capitalización en Chile, Colombia y México
E Aguila, OP Attanasio, X Quintanilla
RAND Corporation Working Papers, 2010
United States and Mexico: Ties that bind, issues that divide
E Aguila
RAND, 2012
Non-contributory pension programs and frailty of older adults: Evidence from Mexico
E Águila, M López-Ortega, LM Gutiérrez Robledo
PloS one 13 (11), e0206792, 2018
Culturally competent informed-consent process to evaluate a social policy for older persons with low literacy: The Mexican case
E Aguila, BA Weidmer, A Rivera Illingworth, H Martinez
SAGE open 6 (3), 2158244016665886, 2016
Health status and behavioral risk factors in older adult Mexicans and Mexican immigrants to the United States
E Aguila, J Escarce, M Leng, L Morales
Journal of aging and health 25 (1), 136-158, 2013
Experimental analysis of the health and well-being effects of a non-contributory social security program
E Aguila, A Kapteyn, R Robles, BA Weidmer
RAND Corporation Working Papers, 2011
Short-term impact of income on cognitive function: evidence from a sample of Mexican older adults
E Aguila, M Casanova
Journal of Aging and Health 32 (7-8), 591-603, 2020
Programas de Pensiones No Contributivas y su Viabilidad Financiera El Caso de México
E Aguila, NJM Gonzalez, F Pérez-Arce, AR Illingworth
RAND Corporation Working Papers, 2013
Costs of extending the noncontributory pension program for elderly: The Mexican case
E Aguila, N Mejia, F Perez-Arce, E Ramirez, A Rivera Illingworth
Journal of aging & social policy 28 (4), 325-343, 2016
A Noncontributory Pension Program for Older Persons in Yucatan, Mexico: Implementing and Designing the Evaluation of the Program in Merida
E Aguila, A Borges, A Kapteyn, R Robles, BA Weidmer
Rand Corporation, 2014
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