Ludovico Carrino
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Understanding health and social challenges for aging and long-term care in China
W Yang, B Wu, SY Tan, B Li, VWQ Lou, Z Chen, X Chen, JR Fletcher, ...
Research on Aging 43 (3-4), 127-135, 2021
Later retirement, job strain, and health: Evidence from the new State Pension age in the United Kingdom
L Carrino, K Glaser, M Avendano
Health economics 29 (8), 891-912, 2020
The impact of working conditions on mental health: novel evidence from the UK
M Belloni, L Carrino, E Meschi
Labour Economics 76, 102176, 2022
Demand of long‐term care and benefit eligibility across E uropean countries
L Carrino, CE Orso, G Pasini
Health economics 27 (8), 1175-1188, 2018
Socioeconomic Inequalities in Home-Care Use Across Regional Long-term Care Systems in Europe
G Floridi, L Carrino, K Glaser
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 76 (1), 121-132, 2021
Vulnerability and long-term care in Europe: an economic perspective
A Brugiavini, L Carrino, CE Orso, G Pasini
Springer, 2017
Public transportation use and cognitive function in older age: a quasiexperimental evaluation of the free bus pass policy in the United Kingdom
E Reinhard, L Carrino, E Courtin, FJ van Lenthe, M Avendano
American journal of epidemiology 188 (10), 1774-1783, 2019
The Italian regional well-being in a multi-expert non-additive perspective
G Bertin, L Carrino, S Giove
Social Indicators Research 135, 15-51, 2018
Later pension, poorer health? Evidence from the new State Pension age in the UK
L Carrino, K Glaser, M Avendano
Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies Working Paper Series, 2018
What do we learn about redistribution effects of pension systems from internationally comparable measures of Social Security Wealth?
M Belloni, A Brugiavini, RE Buia, L Carrino, D Cavapozzi, CE Orso, ...
Journal of Pension Economics & Finance 19 (4), 548-566, 2020
Eligibility and inclusiveness of Long-Term Care Institutional frameworks in Europe: a cross-country comparison
L Carrino, C Orso
University Ca'Foscari of Venice, Dept. of Economics Research Paper Series No 28, 2014
Should i care or should i work? the impact of working in older age on caregiving
L Carrino, V Nafilyan, M Avendano
Health, Econometrics and Data Group (HEDG) Working Papers 19, 23, 2019
The role of normalisation in building composite indicators. Rationale and consequences of different strategies, applied to social inclusion
L Carrino
Complexity in Society: From Indicators Construction to their Synthesis, 251-289, 2017
Should I Care or Should I Work? The Impact of Work on Informal Care
L Carrino, V Nafilyan, M Avendano
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 42 (2), 424-455, 2023
Does reduced employment protection increase the employment disadvantage of workers with low education and poorer health?
M Schuring, SJW Robroek, L Carrino, AC O’Prinsen, KMO Hengel, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 74 (10), 851-857, 2020
Do standard classifications still represent European Welfare typologies? Novel evidence from studies on health and social care
G Bertin, L Carrino, M Pantalone
Social Science & Medicine, 114086, 2021
Data Versus Survey-based Normalisation in a Multidimensional Analysis of Social Inclusion
L Carrino
Italian Economic Journal 2, 305-345, 2016
Eligibility regulations and formal home-care utilisation among the vulnerable older people in SHARE Wave 5
L Carrino, CE Orso
Ageing in Europe–Supporting Policies for an inclusive Society, 343-352, 2015
Population ageing and health financing: A method for forecasting two sides of the same coin
J Cylus, G Williams, L Carrino, T Roubal, S Barber
Health Policy 126 (12), 1226-1232, 2022
Aircraft noise control policy and mental health: a natural experiment based on the Longitudinal Aging Study Amsterdam (LASA)
L Li, L Carrino, E Reinhard, E Timmermans, M Huisman, J Claassens, ...
J Epidemiol Community Health 75 (5), 458-463, 2021
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