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1987
Easterlin, Richard A. Birth and Fortune: The Impact of Numbers on Personal Welfare. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
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1995
Macunovich, Diane J.,  Easterlin, Richard A.,  Schaeffer, Christine M.,  Crimmins, Eileen M. Echoes of the baby boom and bust: Recent and prospective changes in living alone among elderly widows in the United States. Demography. 32, (1), 17-28.
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1993
Easterlin, Richard A.,  Macunovich, Diane J.,  Crimmins, Eileen M. Economic status of the young and old in the working-age population: 1964 and 1987. The Changing Contract Across Generations. Newbury Park: Sage.
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1990
Macunovich, Diane J.,  Easterlin, Richard A. How Parents Have Coped: The Effect of Life Cycle Demographic Decisions on the Economic Status of Pre-School Age Children, 1964-87. Population and Development Review. 16, (2), 301-325.
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1990
Easterlin, Richard A.,  Macdonald, Christine,  Macunovich, Diane J. Retirement Prospects of the Baby Boom Generation: A Different Perspective. Gerontologist. 30, (6), 776-783.
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1994
Easterlin, Richard A.,  Schaeffer, Christine M.,  Macunovich, Diane J. Will American baby boomers be less well off than their parents?: Income, wealth, and family circumstances over the life cycle. Los Angeles, CA: University of Southern California.
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1993
Easterlin, Richard A.,  Schaeffer, Christine M.,  Macunovich, Diane J. Will the Baby Boomers Be Less Well Off Than Their Parents? Income, Wealth, and Family Circumstances over the Life Cycle in the United States. Population and Development Review. 19, (3), 497-522.
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