All working papers should acknowledge the support of the National Institute on Aging: NIA, R37-AG025488 and NIA, R01-AG025247.
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2010 Working Papers
|WP10-05||Miguel Sanchez Romero, Concepcion Patxot, Elisenda Renteria, and Guadalupe Souto. 2010. From Transfers to Capital: Analyzing the Spanish Demand for Wealth using NTA. RPRS2010||Abstract WP10-05|
|WP10-04||Patxot, Concepció, Elisenda Renteria, Miguel Romero, and Guadalupe Souto. How Intergenerational Transfers Finance Lifecycle Deficit in Spain. PRRS2010||Abstract WP10-04|
|WP10-03||Vaittinen, Risto, and Reijo Vanne. 2010. National Transfer Accounts for Finland in 2004. VV2010||Abstract WP10-03|
2009 Working Papers
|WP09-01||Kluge, Fanny Annemarrie. 2009. Transfer, consumption and income over the life cycle in Germany. K2009||Abstract WP09-01|
2008 Working Papers
|WP08-11||Stéphane Zuber, Antoine Bommier, Jérôme Bourdieu, Akiko Suwa-Eisenmann. "Le développement des transferts publics d’éducation et d’assurance vieillesse par génération en France : 1850-2000". ZBBS 2008||Abstract WP08-11|
Working papers are authored by NTA project members. Appropriate subject matter includes conceptual issues related to NTA, methodological issues related to NTA, and applications of NTA. Although the expectation is that Working Papers will eventually be published, preliminary drafts of papers are welcome. Note that drafts are easily updated. Only the most recent draft should be included in the Working Papers series.
Team members should upload working papers using the next available Working Paper number and following the format used for the Working Papers webpage. The filename should use the initials of the authors and the year and a, b, c, . . . to distinguish it from other documents in the database.