Session 132:
Intergenerational Transfers in Shifting Contexts

Saturday, May 11
8:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Douglas/Paulding
2nd Floor

Chair: John Maluccio, International Food Policy Research Institute
Discussant: Elizabeth King, World Bank Group

  1. The Response of Interhousehold Transfers to Economic Shocks in RussiaRandall Kuhn, University of Colorado; Steven Stillman, RAND

  2. Children and the Elderly in the Economic Life Cycle of the Household: A Comparative Study of Three Groups of Hunter/Gatherers and HorticulturalistsRonald Lee, University of California at Berkeley; Hillard S. Kaplan, University of New Mexico; Karen L. Kramer, State University of New York at Stony Brook

  3. Intergenerational Wealth Transfers in Western Ghana: A Study of Gender Differences in Land Inheritance and Schooling InvestmentAgnes R. Quisumbing, International Food Policy Research Institute; Ellen M. Payongayong, International Food Policy Research Institute; Keijiro Otsuka, Foundation for Advanced Study in International Development

  4. The Elderly of Cambodia: Socio-Demographic Conditions, Living Arrangements, and the Implications for Intergenerational RelationsZachary Zimmer, Population Council; Sovan Kiry Kim, Royal Phnom Penh University

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