Supplemental income program affects on primary caregiver burden
Do Income Supplemental Programs for Older Adults’ Help Reduce Primary Caregiver Burden? Evidence from Mexico Article is in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, published online June 5, 2019 by Emma Aguila, Mariana López-Ortega, Sean Angst. Abstract: In countries such as Mexico without formal public long-term care policies, informal care becomes the Read more…
Aguila new paper on the effect supplemental income programs have on primary caregiver burdens in Mexico
Do Income Supplemental Programs for Older Adults’ Help Reduce Primary Caregiver Burden? Evidence from Mexico Article is in the Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology, published online June 5, 2019 by Emma Aguila, Mariana López-Ortega, Sean Angst. Abstract: In countries such as Mexico without formal public long-term care policies, informal care becomes Read more…
This is How it Ends
Eva Dolan’s This is How it Endsis a thriller set in an anti-gentrification activist community in the middle of a rapidly gentrifying London. Dolan tackles the huge issue of gentrification through the story of two women engaged in the anti-gentrification movement. How do we define ourselves in places? How do Read more…
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Costs of Extending the Noncontributory Pension Program for Elderly : The Mexican Case
Author(s): Aguila, E., Mejia, N., Perez-Arce, F., Ramirez, E., & Rivera, A. Published in: Journal Aging & Social Policy, 1-19 Publication year: 2016. Related Bedrosian Faculty: Emma Aguila Assistant Professor http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08959420.2016.1158384
The Challenge of a New Century: Keeping Housing a Home as We Age
by Raphael Bostic Our homes watch over us as we age. They see everything from birth to death and in between—a child’s first steps, a beloved pet’s last breaths, from marriage to divorce, adolescence to infirmity—and through it all, they change as we change. From the decorations on the wall to Read more…
The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey
Walter Mosley, most known for his LA crime fiction, tackles aging and agency in this beautiful novel, The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey.
Five minutes with Emma Aguila
by Justine Dodgen This year, the Bedrosian Center welcomed a new faculty affiliate, Emma Aguila. Aguila is an Assistant Professor in the Sol Price School of Public Policy, and her research focuses on the economics of aging and labor dynamics of migrants in Mexico and Latin America. She has an interest Read more…