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Seminar on Economics of Aging

Economics 867

3 credit hours, offered biennially

In this seminar series, U-M faculty and external speakers present cutting-edge research in the economics of aging. Recent topics include wealth accumulation, retirement, health and economic status, cognitive issues, and the interface of economics and psychology.

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