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This post discusses the Gateway to Global Aging Data, an NIA-funded dataset housed at the University of Southern California that provides researchers across disciplines with opportunities for longitudinal and cross-national studies of health, social, and economic status of older people.
By Anya Samek
The American public is split on the kinds of welfare programs they support: some people prefer free programs and others prefer programs that require families to incur some costs. This mirrors a similar split in policy and practice, for instance in the debate about aid programs’ work requirements.