Besides currently funded projects, the Global Aging and Community Initiative works with collaborators around the world on other research streams that lead to new knowledge on the well-being of older persons globally.  These include:

  • Health equity
  • Intergenerational relations and living arrangements
  • Migration
  • Health expectancies
  • Frailty and disablement

Zachary Zimmer and Emily Treleaven.  The rise and prominence of skip-generation households in lower- and middle-income countries. Population and Development Review. Subset data N=3000 used for the multilevel models. Click here for a link to the Data

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