May 20-21, 2009: First Annual Conference in Behavioral Economics
January 9-10, 2009: 6th NTA Workshop held in Berkeley
June 13-14, 2008: Second HMD Symposium held in Rostock, Germany
June 17-20, 2007: Workshop on Biodemography of Aging, Longevity and Sociality
January 19-20, 2007 (Extended Sessions January 22-23, 2007): 4th Meeting of the Working Group on Macroeconomic Aspects of Intergenerational Transfers
December 8-9, 2006: Mind the Gap! Conference
June 4-9, 2004: Survey Response Effects Workshop (June 4-8, 2004)
June 18-19, 2004: Human Mortality Database Symposium
July 8-11, 2004: Adult Mortality in Developing Countries Workshop
November 5, 2003: Experimental Social Sciences Lab (XLab)
October 3, 2003: Writing for the NIH: Secrets from the Inside Video presentation by U.C. Professor David Card, Economics.
CEDA and the Center for Health Resources (CHR) present Professor Card's "inside scoop" about the NIH and NIA grant writing process (UCB only).
September 26, 2003: UC Davis's P01 group's website is now branched with CEDA
July 14, 2003: Ronald Lee's article titled "Rethinking the Evolutionary Theory of Aging: Transfers, not Births, Shape Senescence in Social Species" will appear in the upcoming issue of the Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences.
For news articles pertaining to these findings, see the links below:
The Daily Cal: New Theory of Aging Offered
New York Times: Why We Die, Why We Live: A New Theory On Aging
National Institute on Aging Press Release: Scientist Proposes New Theory of Aging
U.C. Berkeley Press Release: Demography study: Caring for the next generation will keep you living longer
Eureka Alert: Scientist Proposes New Theory of Aging
IC Wales: The Scientific Case For Grandparents
CEDA and the California Digital Library
CEDA has recently joined the eScholarship Repository. This UC Office of the President/California Digital Library initiative allows CEDA's affiliated faculty to have their pre-publication scholarship (e.g., working papers and technical reports) freely uploaded into a highly visible, easily searchable collection. To see CEDA's site on the eScholarship Repository, please visit: http://repositories.cdlib.org/iber/ceda/papers