Linda G. Martin

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Biographical Information

"Linda Martin is a senior fellow at the RAND Corporation. For 30 years, Martin has conducted research on population aging in the United States and Asia. Her work has ranged from the labor force consequences of aging to the living arrangements of older people and, most recently, to trends in their health. She has served as a scholar-in-residence at the Institute of Medicine, president of the Population Council, vice president of the RAND Corporation, director of the National Research Council's Committee on Population, and research associate at the East–West Center in Honolulu. Martin received her A.B. in mathematics from Harvard University and her M.P.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Princeton University."[1]

  • President (1999-2004), Population Council

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  1. Linda G. Martin, RAND, accessed October 1, 2011.