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Access to society journal content varies across our titles.If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box.Lee, Ronald (2015) “Population aging and the changing economic life cycle: a global perspective.” In Cornelius Torp (ed.) 104(5): 234-39 DOI: 10.1257/aer.104.5.234.

“Uncertain Demographic Futures and Government Budgets in the U. (International Series in Population, Springer Verlag, New York).

Lee, Ronald, Shripad Tuljapurkar, and Ryan Edwards (2010).

Lee, Timothy Miller, Gretchen Donehower, Alexandre Genest.

“The price of maturity: Aging populations mean countries have to find new ways to support their elderly.” PMCID: PMC3148111 PMID: 21818166

2004-2005William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Training Grant: Interdisciplinary Demographic Training in Issues in Third World Population and Policy, 2003-2005NIA supplement to research grant (R37) for Implementing the Lee-Carter Method of Forecasting Mortality for use in the United Nation’s Population Projections NIA Research Grant (R03) for Interage Transfers and the Role of the Elderly in Maya Subsistence Agriculture NIA Research Grant (R37 MERIT Award): The Economic Demography of Interage Transfers; 1994-2004NIH National Institute on Aging MERIT Award (R37): The Economic Demography of Inter-Age Transfers, 2000-2005 The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Training Grant: Interdisciplinary Demographic Training for Issues in Third World Population and Policy, 2000-2002NICHD Award for “Modeling and Forecasting Demographic Time Series” 1989-1993 (HD 24982)Rockefeller grant for “Externalities to Childbearing,” June 1988 to December 1988NIA Training Grant for Training in Demographic Aspects of Aging, supporting one postdoctoral fellow, July 1985 to June 1994NICHD Award for “Equilibrium, Growth and Fluctuation in Human Populations,” for August 1, 1983 to July 31, 1986 (HD 18107)NICHD Award for “Age and Economic Growth: Synthesis and Extensions,” for September 1, 1980 to August 30, 1983 (HD 15020)NICHD Award for “Desired Family Size, Contraception and Aggregate Rates,” January 1979 to December 1981 (HD 12331)NICHD Training Grant for Economic Demography, supporting annually ten predoctoral and one postdoctoral student, for July 1976 to June 1981NICHD Award for “Correcting Census Age Distributions: A New Technique,” for July 1979 to June 1980 (HD 14656)Social Security Administration Contract for “The Use of Economic Theories of Fertility for Long-run Forecasting,” for June to September 1979NICHD Award to study “Population Dynamics in Preindustrial England,” funded for May 1974 to April 1976; Competing renewal awarded for May 1976 to April 1978 (HD 08586)Bureau of Labor Statistics Contract for “Forecasting Fertility and Female Labor Force Participation: An Evaluation of Prospects,” for 1976-77NICHD Contract for “An Econometric Analysis of U. Fertility Change, 1947-1974,” for July 1974-1977 (HD 42857)Social Science Research Council award to support the conference, Behavioral Models in Historical Demography, October 1974Mason, Andrew, and Ronald Lee (2018). Econometric Studies of Topics in Demographic History (New York: Arno Press, 1978). Fertility, Age Structure and Income, Final Contract Report to NICHD (August 1977). Lee (2011) “Asian Demographic Change: Its Economic and Social Implications” written for a volume: PMID: 22699007; PMCID: PMC3462896. Lee, Ronald and Andrew Mason (2012) “Population Aging, Intergenerational Transfers, and Economic Growth: Asia in a Global Context” in National Research Council of the National Academies. Panel on Policy Research and Data Needs to Meet the Challenge of Aging in Asia.

Intergenerational transfers and the older population. In National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine. Editor, with introduction, Population Patterns in the Past (New York: Academic Press, 1977). Ronald Lee and Andrew Mason (2016) “Conséquences macroéconomiques du vieillissement de la population” , Federal Reserve Bank of Boston (Summer). Ronald Lee, David Mc Carthy, James Sefton, and Jože Sambt (2016) “Full Generational Accounts: What do we give to the next generation? Alan Auerbach, Lorenz Kueng, Ronald Lee and Yuri Yatsynovich (2016) “Propagation and Smoothing of Shocks in Alternative Social Security Systems”; submitted. Ronald Lee and Andrew Mason (2013) “Reformulating the Support Ratio to Reflect Asset Income and Transfers” paper presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, April/May 2013, New Orleans. “Macroeconomic Implications of Demographic Changes: A Global Perspective” by Ronald Lee. Cyrus, Hung-Ken Chien, and Ronald Lee (2010) “The Evolutionary Theory of Time Preferences and Intergenerational Transfers.” 76:3, December 2010, pp. Bommier, Antoine, Ronald Lee and Timothy Miller, Stephane Zuber (2010) “Who Wins and Who Loses? Lee (2009) “Notional Defined Contribution Pension Systems in a Stochastic Context: Design and Stability” in Jeffrey Brown, Jeffrey Liebman and David Wise, editors Jong-Wha Lee, Masahiro Kawai, Peter Petri, eds. Mason, A., Ronald Lee, and S-H Lee (2010) “The Demographic Transition and Economic Growth in the Pacific Rim.” In Takatoshi Ito and Andrew K. S.” in Shripad Tuljapurkar, Naohiro Ogawa, and Anne Gauthier, eds., . Lee, Ronald, Andrew Mason, and Daniel Cotlear (2010) “Some Economic Consequences of Global Aging: A Discussion Note for the World Bank.” Washington, DC: Mimeo, World Bank. Lee (2008) “Menopause and the Division of Labor: An Economic Analysis” (under review). Sheps Award, from the Population Association of America for Outstanding Research in Mathematical Demography and Demographic Methods, 1984Guggenheim Fellowship, 1984-85Runner-Up for Wells Prize for Best Harvard Economics Dissertation, 1971Co-Chair of the National Academy of Sciences Committee on the Long Term Macroeconomic Effects of Population Aging, 2010-2015Chair, National Academy of Sciences Committee on Population, November 1993-December 1997Co-chair, National Academy of Science Working Group on Population and Economic Development, 1983-85Chair, National Academy of Sciences Working Group to Summarize Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries, 1980-83Chair, NIA Behavioral and Sociology of Aging Review Subcommittee (NIA-S), July 1, 1996 - June 30, 1998Chair, NIH Study Section on Social Sciences and Population, July l, 1987-June 30, 1989Chair, Economic Demography Committee of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, 1982-84Chair, Program Committee, 1987 Population Association of America Chair, Nominating Committee for PAA, 1989Chair, Mindel C. Sheps Award Committee, of the Population Association of America, 19-83Professor of the Graduate School in Demography and Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 2014-Professor of Demography and Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1979-2014Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, 2001-Fellow of IZA (Institute for the Study of Labor/Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit, 2012-Chair, Demography, University of California, Berkeley, 1992-1996Founding Director, Center for the Demography and Economics of Aging, 1994-2013Director, NICHD Training Grant in Demography, Graduate Group in Demography, University of California, Berkeley, 1983-2014Director, NIA Training Grant in Demography and Economics, University of California, Berkeley, 1995-2014Assistant to full Professor of Economics, University of Michigan, 1971-79Director, Economic Demography Training Grant (NICHHD) Department of Economics, University of Michigan, 1976-79Research Associate, Population Studies Center, University of Michigan, 1971-79Post-Doctoral Research at the National Institute for Demographic Studies, Paris, 1970-71Peace Corps Volunteer, Ethiopia, 1963-65Co-organizer (with Andrew Mason, University of Hawaii) of Annual Global National Transfer Accounts Workshop 2004-Member, NICHD Advisory Council (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development), 2007-2010Member, National Advisory Council on Aging, (National Institute of Aging Council), 2001-2005Member, Council (elected) of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), 1998-2002Member, Organizing Committee for the 2001 World Congress of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population Co-Organizer (with Alan Auerbach) of a Conference on Demography and Fiscal Policy, October 1998, University of California at Berkeley Co-Organizer (with Cyrus Chu) of a Conference on Economic Development and the Demographic Transition in Asia, June, 1998, Taipei, Taiwan Member, NIH Panel on Scientific Boundaries for Review, January 1998-1999Member, Technical Advisory Panel for the Social Security Administration, 1999Member, Panel on Population Projections, Committee on Population, National Academy of Sciences Member, International Advisory Board, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Member, Panel on Economic and Demographic Consequences of Immigration, Committee on Population, National Academy of Sciences Member, Advisory Board for , 1996-98Member, Behavior and Sociology of Aging Review Committee of the National Institute on Aging, July 1, 1994-June 30, 1998Member, Board of Directors of the Population Association of America, 1988Member, IUSSP Organizing Committee for the 1989 General Meeting Member, Social Sciences and Population Studies Section of the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development, 1985-89Chair, IUSSP Committee on Economic Demography, 1981-1985Principal Organizer of the IUSSP Conference “Population Growth, Food and Rural Development” held in Delhi, India, December 1984Principal Organizer of the IUSSP/IIASA Seminar on “Economic Consequences of Population Composition in Developed Countries” held at IIASA in Laxenburg, Austria, December 1983Member, Board of Directors of the Population Association of America, 1981-84Member, Census Advisory Committee on Population Statistics, U. Bureau of the Census, 1981-84Member, Subcommittee on Population Research of the ACLS-SSRC Joint Committee on Chinese Studies, 1983-1984Member, IUSSP Nominating Committee, 1981 World Congress Member, Panel on Determinants of Fertility Change in Developing Countries, National Academy of Sciences, 1979-82Consultant, Trustees of Social Security Administration, 1979-80Member, Panel of Consultants to the Council of Advisors to the Social Security Administration, 1978-79Member, Ad Hoc Group of Experts on Demographic Forecasting, United Nations Population Division, Nov. National Transfer Accounts are being used to study the evolution of familial support systems, public pensions, health care, and education systems and their influence on economic growth, poverty, generational equity, and other features of the macroeconomy. Lee, Ronald and Gretchen Donehower (2011) “Population ageing, intergenerational transfers, and economic growth,” in pp. ECLAC, Project Documents collection, UNITED NATIONS: Santiago, Chile. Laureate of the IUSSP (International Population Association), 2016Member, American Philosophical Society, 2007-Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2005-Honorary Doctorate, honoris causa, awarded by the Faculty of Social Sciences of Lund University, May 28, 2004Edward G. Jordan Endowed Chair in Economics, 2003-2014Member, US National Academy of Sciences, 1992-Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2004-Taeuber Award, from the Population Association of America and Princeton University, Awarded Bi-annually for Outstanding Achievement in Demographic Research, 1999Corresponding Fellow of the British Acadamy, elected July 1, 1999President, Population Association of America, l987MERIT Award, NIA/NIH (R37), 2009-2013MERIT Award, NIA/NIH (R37), 2004-2008MERIT Award, NIA/NIH (R37), 1994-2003Mindel C. (2011) “The Outlook for Population Growth” PMCID: PMC3155613; PMID: 2179893. 7-11, 1977Principal Organizer of the MSSB Conference “Behavioral Models in Historical Demography,” held at the Population Studies Center of the University of Pennsylvania, October 1974National Academy of Sciences American Economic Association Population Association of America International Union for the Scientific Study of Population European Society for Population Economies American Association for the Advancement of Science American Philosophical Society, Associate Editor (1982-1993)Referee for numerous journals in demography, economics, and statistics Hewlett Foundation: Counting Women’s Work, funded January 1, 2014-December 30, 2016. Ronald Lee, PINIH National Institute on Aging Research Grant (R37): Macroeconomic Demography of Interage Transfers, 2005-2015NIH National Institute on Aging Training Grant: Training in the Demography and Economics of Aging, 1995-2013NIH National Institute on Aging Center Grant (P30): Center on the Economics and Demography of Aging, 1994-2014NICHD National Institute of Child Health & Human Development Training Grant: Interdisciplinary Training in Demography, 2011-2016UC Davis. Senior Editor, with “Introduction” and “Introduction to Labor Market Effects,” with W. Ronald Lee (1983) ”Age Distribution Adjustments for English Censuses 1821-1931,” first author with David Lam, , n. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Ronald Lee (1991) “Evaluating Externalities to Childbearing in Developing Countries: The Case of India,” Taylor and Francis, pp. Ronald Lee (1991) “L'Evaluation des Externalities Liees a l'Enfant dans les Pays en Developpement: le Cas de l'Inde,” Chapitre 11 in G. Ronald Lee (1985) entries on “Baby Boom,” “Baby Bust,” “Easterlin Hypothesis,” “Marriage Squeeze,” “Time Series Analysis,” in Chris Wilson, ed., , v.ll, n.l (March, l985) pp. Ronald Lee (1983) ”Age and Economic Growth: Synthesis and Extensions,” final grant report for NICHD, August 1983. Ronald Lee “Overview of Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries,” with R. Ronald Lee “The Demand for Children: A Critical Essay,” with R.


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