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Marco Angrisani
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Remote work and the heterogeneous impact of COVID-19 on employment and health
M Angelucci, M Angrisani, DM Bennett, A Kapteyn, SG Schaner
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
1532020
COVID-19 vaccines and mental distress
F Perez-Arce, M Angrisani, D Bennett, J Darling, A Kapteyn, K Thomas
PloS one 16 (9), e0256406, 2021
1402021
Tracking the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of American households
A Kapteyn, M Angrisani, D Bennett, WB de Bruin, J Darling, T Gutsche, ...
Survey Research Methods 14 (2), 179-186, 2020
982020
Risk preferences at the time of COVID-19: An experiment with professional traders and students
M Angrisani, M Cipriani, A Guarino, R Kendall, J Ortiz de Zarate
FRB of New York Staff Report, 2020
642020
Ownership of a bank account and health of older Hispanics
E Aguila, M Angrisani, LR Blanco
Economics letters 144, 41-44, 2016
592016
Prevalence of dementia in India: National and state estimates from a nationwide study
J Lee, E Meijer, KM Langa, M Ganguli, M Varghese, J Banerjee, ...
Alzheimer's & Dementia 19 (7), 2898-2912, 2023
472023
LASI-DAD study: a protocol for a prospective cohort study of late-life cognition and dementia in India
J Lee, J Banerjee, PY Khobragade, M Angrisani, AB Dey
BMJ open 9 (7), e030300, 2019
412019
The gender gap in education and late-life cognition: Evidence from multiple countries and birth cohorts
M Angrisani, J Lee, E Meijer
The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 16, 100232, 2020
382020
Cross-country comparisons of disability and morbidity: Evidence from the gateway to global aging data
J Lee, D Phillips, J Wilkens, S Chien, YC Lin, M Angrisani, E Crimmins
The Journals of Gerontology: Series A 73 (11), 1519-1524, 2018
362018
What you think you know can hurt you: under/over confidence in financial knowledge and preparedness for retirement
M Angrisani, M Casanova
Journal of Pension Economics & Finance 20 (4), 516-531, 2021
352021
Design and methodology of the longitudinal aging study in India‐Diagnostic assessment of dementia (LASI‐DAD)
J Lee, PY Khobragade, J Banerjee, S Chien, M Angrisani, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 68, S5-S10, 2020
342020
Information redundancy neglect versus overconfidence: a social learning experiment
M Angrisani, A Guarino, P Jehiel, T Kitagawa
American Economic Journal: Microeconomics 13 (3), 163-197, 2021
332021
The stability and predictive power of financial literacy: Evidence from longitudinal data
M Angrisani, J Burke, A Lusardi, G Mottola
National Bureau of Economic Research, 2020
322020
Cognitive decline and household financial decisions at older ages
M Angrisani, J Lee
The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 13, 86-101, 2019
312019
The racial/ethnic gap in financial literacy in the population and by income
M Angrisani, S Barrera, LR Blanco, S Contreras
Contemporary Economic Policy 39 (3), 524-536, 2021
302021
Sex differences in cognitive health among older adults in India
M Angrisani, U Jain, J Lee
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 68, S20-S28, 2020
282020
The national financial capability study: empirical findings from the American Life Panel Survey
M Angrisani, A Kapteyn, A Lusardi
FINRA report 43, 2016
282016
Labor force transitions at older ages: The roles of work environment and personality
M Angrisani, MD Hurd, E Meijer, AM Parker, S Rohwedder
Michigan Retirement Research Center Research Paper, 2013
262013
Sampling and weighting the understanding America study
M Angrisani, A Kapteyn, E Meijer, SH Wah
CESR-Schaeffer Working Paper, 2019
252019
Harmonization of cross-national studies of aging to the health and retirement study cognition
RA Shih, J Lee, L Das
RAND Corporation Working Papers, 2012
25*2012
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