The RAND Summer Institute (RSI) consists of conferences addressing critical issues facing our aging population. The primary aim of the RSI is to expose scholars interested in the study of aging to a wide range of research being conducted in fields beyond their own specialties. The videos here are of select sessions from the 15th Annual RAND Summer Institute, held July 7-10, 2008 in Santa Monica, California.

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Mini-Medical School for Social Scientists

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Cancer and Aging: Rival Demons?

Jul 7, 2008

Judith Campisi

Demography, Economics, and Epidemiology of Aging

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Recent Developments in the Economics of Retirement

Jul 7, 2008

David Blau

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Aging-related Changes in Decision Making

Jul 7, 2008

Ellen Peters

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Vignettes in the Social Sciences

Jul 7, 2008

James P. Smith

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