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Wed, 25 Jan 2023 14:24:00 +0100
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the Gateway to Global Aging Data at USC, in partnership with CAPRA at University of Michigan, is hosting a conference on long-term care (LTC) policy and its impact on people and communities.

A scientific committee composed by Sally Stearns, Dave Knapp, Marco Angrisani and Jinkook Lee and myself will select a limited number of papers and each of them will be assigned a discussant. A subset of the papers presented at the conference will be selected for a Special Issue in Health Economics.
We welcome submissions on any topic related to LTC and LTC policies, including but not limited to:
•	LTC financing
•	LTC benefit eligibility
•	Benefit generosity and nature of the benefits (e.g., whether in-cash or in-kind)
•	Cost-sharing between the beneficiary and the public system
•	Interaction with other social welfare benefits
•	Effects of LTC policies on informal caregiving, and vice versa
•	Caring and labor market participation
•	Household portfolio decision and LTC needs
•	LTC insurance and private savings  
Interested presenters should submit a long abstract describing the research question, the data used in the analysis, the research design and main or preliminary results by March 31, 2023. Authors of accepted papers will be notified by April 28, 2023.

Additional information can be found at the conference website:

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