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1996
Holden, Karen C.,  Kuo, Hsiang-Hui Daphne . Complex Marital Histories and Economic Well-Being: The Continuing Legacy of Divorce and Widowhood as the HRS Cohort Approaches Retirement. Gerontologist. 36, (3), 383-390.
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1991
Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Butler, J.S.,  Holden, Karen C. How the Death of a Spouse Affects Economic Well-Being after Retirement: A Hazard Model Approach. Social Science Quarterly. 72, (3), 504-519.
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1988
Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Holden, Karen C.,  Feaster, Daniel . Incidence, timing, and events associated with poverty: A dynamic view of poverty in retirement. Journal of Gerontology. 43, (2), S46-S52.
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1986
Holden, Karen C.,  Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Myers, Daniel A. Income transitions at older stages of life: The dynamics of poverty. Gerontologist. 26, (3), 292-297.
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1979
Holden, Karen C. The inequitable distribution of OASI benefits among homemakers. Gerontologist. 19, (3), 250-256.
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1990
Holden, Karen C. Joint impact of retirement and widow(er)hood: Is there double jeopardy?. Proceedings: 36th Annual Conference of the American Council on Consumer Interests, March 28 - March 31, 1990, New Orleans, Louisiana. Columbia, MO: .
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1986
Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Holden, Karen C.,  Myers, Daniel A. Marital Disruption and Poverty: The Role of Survey Procedures in Artificially Creating Poverty. Demography. 23, (4), 621-631.
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1990
Holden, Karen C.,  Smeeding, Timothy M. The poor, the rich, and the insecure elderly caught in between. Milbank Quarterly. 68, (2), 191-219.
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1988
Holden, Karen C. Poverty and living arrangements among older women: Are changes in economic well-being underestimated?. Journal of Gerontology. 43, (1), S22-S27.
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1987
Holden, Karen C.,  Burkhauser, Richard V. Risk and timing of poverty after retirement. Final Report. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Institute on Aging.
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1992
Holden, Karen C. SIPP and the measurement of income transitions among the elderly: Limits and suggestions for modifications. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement. 18, (1-4), 193-212.
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1979
Holden, Karen C. Spouse and survivor benefits: Distribution among aged women. Research on Aging. 1, (3), 301-318.
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1988
Holden, Karen C.,  Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Feaster, Daniel J. The Timing of Falls Into Poverty After Retirement and Widowhood. Demography. 25, (3), 405-414.
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1987
Myers, Daniel A.,  Burkhauser, Richard V.,  Holden, Karen C. The transition from wife to widow: The importance of survivor benefits to widows. Journal of Risk and Insurance. 54, (4), 752-759.
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